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Travel Blogs from Chongqing
... their habits resembles these from Chinese ones.From Chinese people I learned a lot about their education and how much communism influenced their thinking and the way they act, how it is to work with them and communicate.So to celebrate all this I went dancing one last time and again even in the club I took a moment to realize that I was dancing between Chinese people, in a huge unknown Chinese city, with all other backgrounds than me.At the end of the week ...
... want to have it as well, I always say: you can have it as well, it’s very easy.
But I get a lot of excuses why it’s "impossible" to do :
A. The money.
Well to begin I am not rich either , so if the money is the problem to live this way, I only can tell I work too. Many people only see my holiday pictures in a "faraway" country. Of course I only post this pictures because I won’t put my wall full of ...
... travel two hours within China you will find a totally different kind of food.
I think I was unlucky to be in the sichuan region. ... to be honest I am not a fan of this food... AT ALL !!! It's oily, spicey, unhealthy, everything taste the same... No variation.
So next time you order number 56 on the menu of your Chinese restaurant it's a big chance you are eating South Asian inspired dishes and not a local Chinese one.
After dinner we went to a local pub ...
... I think I spent 2 hours walking around in IKEA and one thing I couldn't resist were the soft beds.
I lay down and I didn't want to get out again, but after some few Chinese people staring strange at me after my many " ooooooh's and aaaaaaah's" I decided to move on to the restaurant. The smell at the restaurant took me back again. We ordered almost every dish they had.
When I was a kid my parents would take me to IKEA as well and we would finish in ...
... something was strange about this Chinese women... If you looked good they all had the same nose... Apparently, a common thing to do as a (rich) Chinese woman is to get a nose job to get a more western look.
After a while it was getting bored so we decided to drink more. The waitresses knew where they had to be and we were constantly refilled :)!
The food was rather poor. It was little tomatoes and cucumbers, fruit and ...