Yu Du Inn (Da Ping)
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... teas and 2 green teas. We drank so much tea that I got a little tea drunk! honestly I don't know what happened; I got spacey and the giggles! Whoops! All of the teas were good and all very different. I bought the one that was grown in the local providence, since I felt more of a connection to the area. Everyone there was ...
... and some weights. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but I haven't really worked out since last Wednesday. I will have to decide tomorrow if the working out was a stupid idea. We have a 3 hr flight tomorrow to Beijing, so if I tighten up and have leg cramps that is going to be miserable. Oh well!
We met up with Chanley, Stephanie's friend for lunch at metepsychosis. It is a great restaurant. We had ...
Real housewife of chongqing checklist:
Yoga - check
Lunch with the other housewives- check
Grocery shopping- check
For lunch we went to a great Indian restaurant. So far the majority of my meals have not been Chinese, but they all have been super good!
Stephanie made an amazing dinner of caesar salad and bread! It was super yum and good to have some ...
... was quite fast flowing - chocolate brown. At the moment it is only backed up by the dam to 155 meters above sea level (max is 175) so it is still a river at Chongqing at the moment and not part of the lake formed by the 3 gorges dam. There is freight and passenger traffic on it but not as much as I expected. It is almost the end of where the river is able to be navigated though so expect more traffic further down where boats will be coming and ...
Today we were up at 5:30 for breakfast and to leave the ship at Chongquin. On our way to the airport, we were able to make a short stop at the Chongquin Zoo to see their pandas. China regulates where all the pandas are located and no longer gives them as gifts for diplomacy. They only loan them out to foreign countries for a 5-10 year period and they then need to be returned. Within China they can be seen in Chongquin and Beijing. The zoo allowed us to enter even before it ...