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... river boats like ours were constant. While getting a visual education we were able to relax on the deck in the sunshine. The guides on board also gave regular commentary over the sound system to point out various landmarks on the river and its banks. Our first land excursion was later that day in the city of Fengdu, also known as "Ghost City". There are 75 Buddha and Tao temples in the town of Fengdu, most of them gathered on a famous hill named Ming Mountain. Legends said ...
... matched the atmosphere of the boat: it was pouring down and very misty! All day! In fact, the whole way! We stopped at Zhang Fei Temple in the evening for a supper of delicious noodle soup. On our second full day on the boat we docked early at Zhongxian and were able to visit an island called Shibaozhai, a 220m high rocky buttress which has, grafted onto its side, a twelve-storey, bright-red pagoda which was built in 1819 called ...
... sites of Chong Qing. We didn't have much time here, but the streets were really lovely and not overly crowded. Crazily enough, there was a Walmart though....this did NOT excite me, it more surprised me that they had reached China already! It was an interesting shop in there with produce at our fingertips and the American Snickers bar plentifully available.
Enjoy Chong Qing for all it is - especially the famous Hot Pot. Worth every ...
... I have complete respect for this guy, don't get me wrong--he's extremely friendly and I really love talking to him--I just wish I could comfort him a little more, but my vocabulary just isn't there yet.
Time went on, drinks were drunk, and food was eaten. Zhang Xu continued to run around the bar as I spoke to his sister and a few new guys that were curious about me. His older sister, who Alexi and I love, also joined a little bit later--she was unchanged, ...
... during the first semester. I truly don't understand how in six months you miss the 6'1" blonde guy on your campus. These are the same students that treated us to tea, but now spot us wherever we are. It's kinda amazing, really. Recently, they invited us to another tradition--calligraphy writing. They seem to be the kind of people Mao Zedong would hate--Chinese who attempt to keep old China alive. Luckily for Alexi and I, calligraphy survived (actually, in all fairness, Mao did ...