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... take a long time again. But I won't forget her. Also my Chinese and Russian friend started to say goodbye.
One of the beautiful things of living traveling and working abroad is the people you meet. I had the most interesting conversations and got to know a lot more about other cultures. It triggered me to know more. From my Russian friend , who studied history as well, I learned a lot about how Russia is still influenced by the union and communism and ...
... you answer is a description of how you are living now: Keep up the good work!
To be honest I miss my family and friends a lot, I miss home, I miss Belgian food, sometimes I want to settle down as well and stop living like a nomad, sometimes I want to have security for a longer time as well. Of course I am not the person who is happy 24/7 and hop through life thinking everything is made of sunshine, flowers and ice cream , rainbows ...
... you die. Together with Kate I played drums... It's guitar hero version with... Drums .. And after I played a game of air hockey. Both games I lost but I had fun.
In the meanwhile , Lily met a friend who wanted to show us a bar of his friend.
I was impressed by this bar, it was small but very cozy and the atmosphere reminded me of my favorite bar at home. The guy bought us cocktails all night. Apparently in China it's the task of the guy to take care of the ...
... With this Thai food I drank a Riesling wine and the combination was even more divine!
Satisfaction level: OUTSTANDING!
I didn't feel like sleeping already so I met with my friends in CiCipark.
It's an underground bar, the kind you will not find that often here in CQ. It's quiet and a little bit psychedelic. Everyone will smoke around you and the music on the back is really loungy and relaxing (or maybe the latter was because the smoke :))... ...
... of Champagne.
It was the high society of Chongqing..... The difference between poor and rich was really big.
I walked around the shop to discover what kind of clothes they were selling. For man it was a weird kind of fashion, with baggy pants and a lot of prints. The female clothes were more common design clothes. It was the big brands together: Prada, Jimmy Choo, Valentino, ...
All the woman were dressed up ...
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