Chongqing Gonghui Hotel
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... or cigaret butts on the ground! There is always someone on every street of this GIGANTIC city (it's the largest city in all of China) sweep the sidewalks with something that looks like palm leaves.
3) Money: The monetary system here is pretty straight forward but a few things are different besides the obvious. I LOVE all the different colors and designs of each individual bill. The smaller the amount on the bill, the smaller ...
... of teachers that came into CIEE and they all live here in the city with me! This city is so large though that it takes a few subway rides to get across the entire city and still you may not be where you need to be, there may still be a shuttle bus involved or a bit of a walk,which is fine for now because the weather was sunny and in the 50's yesterday and I was sweating my butt off! But then I was surprised to find how cold I got after eating all ...
"Chuan", as it's pronounced in Mandarin, means stick. However, it has also become the nickname for anyone who visits Alexi and I in Hechuan. Neil has done us the favor of calling Chongqing "the Chongers", which sounds a bit racisty, but I promise it's innocent.
Recently, I hadn't had much time to practice Chinese and was getting a bit lazy--the people I used to practice with were busy, or I was, and then all of us traveled to Chongqing to hang out with Keel, thus having ...
... grabbed a seat and I requested some 花生， peanuts, hua sheng. They brought us a nice big plate as well as a crate of beers which Tall guy requested, despite the fact that we just told him we didn't want to have any beer. Not the Chinese way, though. He started with 2 beers, then made us drink 3, then offered 4, but I declined multiple times until he gave up.
We spoke about a lot--all in Chinese. It was a lot of Chinese for me. His English consisted ...
... blurred out by the newly installed lights.
After our return from Yangshuo and our landing in Chongqing, I decided I'd introduce my parents to Rachel's apartment, the place where I stay any time in Chongqing. Really, a truly nice place, no matter which country. Herein lies one of the most awkward, nerve-wracking moments in my life. Unbeknownst to me, Rachel never mentioned to her mom that she has a boyfriend. And unbeknownst to her mom, that boyfriend was a ...