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Dance the night away

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Okkay so ill start off with the normal stuff first. We started off the day with the imperial palace, it was beautiful of course, and the hike up the mini great wall was not so mini but still great. What we didn't expect was dinner.
Dinner at a five star resturaunt. A beautiful resturaunt with great food and with cake :)
What we didn't expect was the live entertainment...or the congo line that we would start. We were dancing up on the stage even though there was no dance floor and I'm sure we were the first guests to actually do that. We also threw roses to the singers, yelled I love you, and basically become groopies. It was amazing!!!!! Night of our lives seriously. We are all bonding in ways I can even describe. I mean, who dances with people you've known for only a week, congo line it through the resturaunt, and basically have a dance party in a five star hotel? We all act like we've known each other for years, do crazy stuff we don't even do at home, and just go all out with everything we do. Its incredible, I love it, can't get enough of it, and can't even comprehend half the stuff we have done, did tonight, and are definately gonna be doing. I love this country!! Hahahahahaha

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Karen Wells said...

So...What DSA are you going on next? ( : I think you will want to go on another one as soon as this one is over. I'm looking at Greece/Italy or New Zealand/Fiji Island. You guys are also making China look awful inticing.

Changing Connections said...

If you are on anything Discovery, you will learn that they do it all 5-star! Your excitement for this country and trip just lunges off the page. You can tell you are having a great experience.

RJ Stangherlin
PA DEN Leadership Council Blog Coordinator

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Essential Programs Details

Duration 15 days
When August 4th - 18th, 2009
Focus History/Culture
Martial Arts
Modern/Ancient Architecture