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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 ...
... we got our feet and legs massaged, then our feet cupped. Crazy! We also tried for 15 minutes to communicate with our masseuses that we wanted the TV turned off. Not many people speak english in chongqing.
After our massage we stopped in at the bakery next store and figured out what to do with the peaches. We found an angel food cake type thing.
We went home a took a hot tea break and relaxed for a bit ...
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 ...
... were praising the people who had to be relocated because of it for putting the good of the nation before their own interests. There was also exhibits on the first inhabitants of the area (the Ba people), and on the other ethnic groups (folk groups). A big museum. I also took a bus to the old city - about 15km away - to have a look ( even too far for me to walk). Quite touristy now but with some interesting alleys and old buildings. Only ...
... step over with their right foot and men with their left! Next we went to a genuine street market. Everyone out for their Sunday constitutional with lots of food shops and a real squash. Usual smells and vistas. Then off to Eling Park where the wartime British Embassy is now a car park. The guide pointed out the spot where Madam Chiang took her early morning tea but interestingly not Chiang Kaishek's home. Guess he's not that popular these days! ...