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... noodle dish which was delicious, but impossible to eat with chopsticks. I'm sure we provided plenty of entertainment for the local Chinese people as we passed the dish between us, each attempting to twirl some noodles onto chopsticks and slurp them into our mouths. We certainly entertained ourselves! Then it was back to the hostel to plan our sightseeing for the next few days and get an early night at ...
... up for classes right now. I told her that Ada and I are going to travel over the weekend, and then I'd see if anyone has signed up for the third 10-day session. If not, I'm going home. I miss my family, and there's no point in staying here if there are no students to teach.
Gloria looked positively crushed, but she said she understands. She also said they didn't expect the lack of students. Apparently a lot of the local students who ...
... Court, fourteen emperors of the Ming dynasty and ten emperors of the Qing dynasty had reigned here. Having been the imperial palace for some five centuries, it houses numerous rare treasures and curiosities. Listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1987, the Palace Museum is now one of the most popular tourist attractions world-wide.
Construction of the palace complex began in 1407, the 5th year of the Yongle reign of the third emperor (Emperor Chengzu, Zhu Di) ...
... bad :)
When I first got to the hostel, because it's all booked out, I was
sharing with an irish guy in a twin room. It was actually a bit awkward
because there was a leak in the roof and they needed to move his bed,
so they moved our beds together. They never moved them back so...that
night we slept with our beds together. The next day I got moved to a 4
bed dorm like I had originally booked so now I am sharing with a guy
from the UK, ...
... ping me, I am interested. Also, our group found this little Asian boy with an OU hat on; I got a picture of it. Sadly, I didn’t upload it, but you can find it here. After the Forbidden City maze, we had lunch. I loved the tea and meat, but I also got to endeavor the fish eyeball socket (Hint: John ate it before me, so I ...