Lay over\'s and Chuck

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Thought this was a funny bread name?

So If you have ever traveled abroad especially it seems in China that weather never cooperates. So I was lying home ended up huge storm rolled in at Dalian where I live then 3 hours later when that cleared Beijing got the same storm. So we had gotten on the plane and all that then after an 8 hour delay we were put up in a hotel for six hours till our plane took off again at 8:30.

Basically, I met this guy Chuck he’s really cool we like the same music and stuff. We ended up rooming together since that’s how they roll in China if you’re not a couple you room with someone because it’s cheaper for the airport. We shared music and hung out and exchanged info so that we could get together in Dalian around next weekend.

We went out and tried to find a bar or something but, it was way to late and we weren’t tired enough to go to sleep since we had been ready to return home 8 hours ago. A funny thing that happened was he was wearing a jamacan (pot referencing) necklace and I asked him if he knew what it was and he said that a guy in S. Korea (where he goes to school) sold it to him as a good health charm. I laughed so hard then told him what it was really and he was like oh oh my god. It is a huge necklace with the a flag on it and a huge black pot leaf. I knew he didn't know because alot of chinese (no offense) people from China wear things  with english and they have no idea what they say like recently I sw a shirt that read, "Rape Japan" and "CUM"! good times.

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Thought this was a funny bread nam…
Thought this was a funny bread na…
Getting to the hotel.
Getting to the hotel.
Chuck... sry blurry dont worry We…
Chuck... sry blurry don't worry W…
Nice room I thought.
Nice room I thought.
This place we walked by looking fo…
This place we walked by looking f…
back in Dalian
back in Dalian
Dalian, Next to the Train station.…
Dalian, Next to the Train station…
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