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... the people I love the most.And on my travels I get home sick a lot but not in the right definition of the word. I don't miss places, food, my local bakery, habits,....that much. Especially Chongqing , the city I stayed. To be honest I will not miss this place at all. It's a big smelly unhealthy city and every time I get on a airplane I am glad to go to another place, because I realize even more that every other place is better than this city.
But the ...
... you answer is a description of how you are living now: Keep up the good work!
To be honest I miss my family and friends a lot, I miss home, I miss Belgian food, sometimes I want to settle down as well and stop living like a nomad, sometimes I want to have security for a longer time as well. Of course I am not the person who is happy 24/7 and hop through life thinking everything is made of sunshine, flowers and ice cream , rainbows ...
... track appeared.
In the middle of the track the road became very slippery... So I had to watch my steps. Suddenly I lost control and felt right on my back . Luckily my buttocks was kind of airbag proved.
After the track I went back to the city. The smell overwhelmed me again, the noise, the heat, the smog.
I lay myself down on the coach and fell asleep exhausted but satisfied and detoxed for a day.
My last week of China ahead and dreaming of ...
... some beer and felt really sleepy. They had coaches instead of chairs to sit around the table. For a moment I thought I wasn't in China anymore.
After this we went to have some streetnoodles and dumplings to finish our night. I slept like a rose and dreamed about rainbows and unicorns.
Sunday I still wasn't feeling to go back into the big city life so I went to IKEA!!!
It opened its doors 3 months ago and it is the biggest of the ...
... he had at his disposal to force Chinese students to drink, proclaimed "I love China!" It is indeed funny to cheers students, because due to culture they can't deny a cheers.
We got our fill of cheap beer and food, then headed out to Zhang Xu's Bar. I wanted to introduce Keel to the new bar in town, since he'd only been to the larger, Western-like bar "down town". This bar is much smaller and consequently much friendlier and the people mingle much more. Our ...