Chongqing Gonghui Hotel
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... the garage was piled high with the spuds.
We visited a local kindergarten opposite then and saw the
cute children all doing activities to music copying the 2 teachers at the front
of the room. The kindergarten was clean but had few toys in sight.
That evening we had a Captain’s farewell dinner on the boat.
He looked about 30 and was softly spoken and described our journey in Chinese
so we had an interpreter.
... i.e. a painting representing Obama hugging Kim Yong Un) and people showing in the middle of the streets how to prepare the product sold in the shops behind them. Actually, this is something we had already seen in several Chinese cities before Chongquing. It's quite interesting and you get to see how to prepare the traditional sesame candy, the sticky sweet rice and noodles... Check the pics!
... 3! Then Penny blew out the candle that was sitting in the middle of the rug.
THEN IT'S CAKE TIME!! Delicious cake with homemade whipped topping and an orange glaze :) I am pretty sure that birthday's are only celebrated like this at our school. Public schools in China are much more strict and I cannot imagine them taking time out of their day to eat cake and have family visit.
We have two more birthday tomorrow! This means two whole cakes in one day...oh boy!
... Paul and said its ok, its just a conversation. The proceeding conversation was all in English, both of the participants second language, so it wasn’t very deep. Essentially Mitseru said that he hoped for peace and Paul said the same. Mitseru and Paul could also communicate almost better through writing. This is because Japanese writing is composed of three different pieces, Hiragana and Katakana are like an alphabet and the third is Kanji. Kanji are Chinese characters and ...
... cool and the wall with a ton of little Buddhas was cool (although in the cultural revolution someone sat there and defaced each and every one). The whole morning there was really fun. We walked around for a while then rested and had tea. After we got a tour guide and one of my best students was there to help translate (he did an incredible job).
Later on that day I got a Chinese hair cut haha. They washed my hair, cut it and then washed it again, all for 15 yuan. I look a ...