Chongqing Aoti Hotel
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... to the gorge and it was getting late enough in the day that there would not be time to actually hike today, so the Kato said that he is going to take us to a little village where we can stay the night and hike in the morning. This was NOT our plan. We finally turned around half way through the ride and eventually got back to a random subway stop and had to find our way back to the correct one.
After I finally paid Kato his damn money and got out of the cab ...
... in a lunch room for the teachers. After lunch they get ready for nap and are in bed and usually asleep by 1245PM. Nap time is until 230, but I have a break from 1-2pm. I usually read a book or work on my weekly observations of the children that I must write out. After nap they wake up and have a snack and then are outside playing until 330 when their parents, but usually grandparents pick them up. I clean the classroom after ...
Arrive in Chongqing in the late afternoon. Two metros plus a taxi later and we arrived at the Yangtze River hostel, a popular hostel on the river but a little far from the city center. We walked the winding hilly streets to Pizza Hut for a little familiar food after a long hot travel day. Return to the hostel for some AC and beer.
Left the hostel mid morning for a day of ...
... there hanging out, then on Saturday decided I had enough of traveling and just wanted to be in my apartment relaxing for once--I miss the Chuan, it's my home. I took a train Saturday early afternoon to Chongqing, grabbing a taxi van to the station. Fortunately, I had the opportunity to sit next to the driver who spat out insanely fast Chongqing dialect. I told him I only understood half of what he was saying, so of course, he proceeded to speak just as fast. We talked the typical ...
... If he ever gets poor, he can cash it in for 6rmb.
We parted ways, him mysteriously heading into town and not back to campus. He just said he had a room at a hotel (in other words, with his girlfriend--typical in college). I'll see him today after my class, since he said he'll be waiting for some ping pong. Until then, I'll be teaching my students about obesity in China and America. Not very interesting but I exhausted 90 topics the semester before. Hasta luego, amigos. Pics later.