Xinhua Hotel (Shuanglong Avenue)
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... World War Two?" Indicative of this lacuna in most people's general knowledge of world history re China. Also, how many people know that Chinese coolies dug trenches during WWI? Fast train ride to Chengdu passing intensive farming areas which we both enjoyed and during which we both snatched cat naps. Check out the train info board with the date! M not too happy about having reached the age immortalised by The Beatles. When "When I'm 64" came out ...
... on the executive deck, instead of the main dining room. That is a nice accommodation for us OAT passengers. According to our guide, with so many Chinese tourists on board, when the dining room opens they all charge in, jostling for food. This is part of the culture of always being first. Our meals will still be buffet, but we will be sharing the eating area with about 50 people.
It is almost time to head down the ...
... the most perfect weekend to end my stay in China. Spending a night in Sheraton with good food and the most amazing mattress called sweet sleeper. My last night , ironically , I ate Thai food as last meal and watched the football game of Belgium who unfortunately lost.
It brought me in the right mood of sadness. I was surrounded by the people I wanted to be with.
Moments like these, spending time together, make it even harder to say goodbye every ...
... 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 ...
... concern; it's completely OK to hang out with her, they said. I essentially told them that I don't care what it's like in China, but I'm conditioned to think this is freaking weird. Anyways, we played some games of "15, 20" but she was defeating me repeatedly, so I called an end to it. She spoke no English, so we conversed only in Chinese, which was great practice. Every so often, Zhang Xu would pat me on the back as if to acknowledge my "progress" in talking to his sister, ...