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New Years Eve

-17 °C

New Years eve was celebrated with dinner at the Ramada. We enjoyed a great meal and camaraderie at the Ramada with some foreign friends. Some of us returned to the campus and others (A, B & B) went on to continue the celebrations at the Salsa Bar where we also meet up with some Chinese friends.

It was great. Blair decided that drinking was better than dancing. The rest of us had a boogie or two. Andrew loves to dance. He has taken professional dancing lessons. This is how he meet his wife.

The Salsa Bar has recently opened. It was cool! It cost the boys Y30 each to get in but with that they got 4 free beers. It was loud! It also had a suspended dance floor. We had heaps of fun. I became everyone's wife or girlfriend to get rid of Chinese men. We got home at about 2.30 ish.

I have spent almost 10 months trying to locate a bar. Finally there is one in Tai'an. The dance floor is suspended and you bounce whether you like it or not. The music is way too loud or maybe I am just getting old!

Posted by Bettinamc 05:21 Archived in China Tagged events

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