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... and because all the girls here are the hottest in Chinese. Our tour guide told us the saying in China is... you will go to Beijing and regret you are such low political standing (because of all the high-ranking government officials there).... you will go to Shanghai and regret how poor you are (because of all the expats living Shanghai, it is very expensive to live/eat in Shanghai)... and you will go to Chongquing and regret you already got married. ...
... possible. We looked forward to the following day when we would travel through the scenic and famous three gorges. We were not disappointed! Everyone gathered outside on the roof deck with cameras ready. The first gorge is known as Qutang, and the steep walled canyons are featured on the 10 RMB note. It is only 8 km long with a very narrow passage. It felt like we were going through a wind tunnel! We continued on to the second gorge, the Wu Gorge, where we docked, and ...
... at where I was able to have a delicious noodle soup for dinner from a vendor near the ferry port. As we boarded the boat after the first of the Three Gorges we missed the spectacle of passing through it which was a huge disappointment. On our first full day we passed through the second of the gorges, but we were asleep as it was so early in the morning! So that left gorge number three. This was spectacular, but the mood of ...
The only disappointing thing about writing this post is that you all weren't there to experience how great it was. Reading these occurrences might not seem as random as they were because of the way I summed them up--however, things broke out at such random times, ...
I got into a conversation the other day with someone that prompted a desire to blog about the evolution of Hechuan before my eyes, as well as my relationships with people around the city; I'm a well-known figure in this city--expected as the only blonde foreigner, and one of two foreigners in a city of 3 million. I can walk around and give high-fives to random students, hear both my Chinese and English names shouted as I walk down the street by little kids, students, ...