Chongqing He Fu Hotel
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... he began to think about the future. Did he want to stay in the business community and spend his time entertaining groups of important businessmen - or did he want to use his talents to share his country with people from all over the world .. . I think he made the right choice! Clearly, money was not the deciding factor!
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"As long as you know what enough means to you - you will always be happy!"
... minutes or so to sail through it . . But very beautiful! Very steep canyon sides that just go up and up and up. Fun to watch the other boats who share this river with the tourists - lots of container boats. Other tourist boats. Small fishing boats. Fun
Then - it was time for breakfast and hopefully a sail through the Goddess Stream. It was incredibly windy on the water and there was some thought about ...
... tours in such ways as this visit. It’s a two hour drive but well worth it. We wander through brand new entrances made to look ancient and once through, we stroll up on a curve in the path which unfolds the huge variety of carvings into a cliff. What a find this must have been to that first person to discover. Buddha’s and Taoism interpretations were smoothly explained by our guide Windy. We held to every word. You could ...
... having lots of conversation with Mitseru and Emiko in English. Demon was pretty quiet because she is shy and her English isn’t as good as Paul and Zhang Yu’s. I have to say through all this Mitseru and Emiko were nothing but nice and after some cold beers (cold is Japanese and American style, never in China) and food, everyone was relaxed. They went back to their hotel and we all headed back to the school for some rest.
The next morning I wanted to take them to ...
... of confusion. I turned my head to look out the window and came face to face with a 50 year old Chinese man sticking his head through the window. His nose was 2 feet from mine, but said nothing. I waited for a moment for him to say something, as you might expect a stranger who has his head up against yours, to have a question. But in China it seems to be perfectly acceptable to just watch. Soon enough I said, "NiHao" He replied and asked where we were from and if we worked at ...