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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 ...
... we drove to the downtown center and we had about an hour to wander around. We visited a nine story center that is built into the side of the hill. It is where the people used to live before the city became so big and filled up with condominiums. It was interesting to walk around and see what was offered. One street was just snacks aptly called Snack Street. We did stop at a Dairy Queen and got an ice cream cone. It ...
... the beautiful gardens and could enter the
temple. I chose not to climb the 99 steps because it was very hot and some of
the steps were more like ladders. Dale went and said it was OK, but then he
spent years climbing ladders in the refinery! Afterwards we braved the market.
Dale bought an item that started at 400 yuan (1 yuan= 16 cents) and the guy
finally agreed to sell it for 120. We walked to the next stand and the guy
... when travelling abroad that you must try since it is so different from what you would experience back home. I encourage any visitor to Chong Qing to head out to a restaurant serving the Hot Pot meal Chong Qing is known for. you will not regret it. Just make sure you only put in as much spice as you can handle. They are not joking when they titled this meal "Hot Pot."
After the Hot Pot meal, i was ready to walk around and ...
Lots of things have occurred in the past week, but I've been too damn busy because of them to update. The lengthy blogs of Xi'an haven't helped this cause, either. However, I'll do my best to recall recent events as best I can.
In said length blogs, I mentioned Neil (my English pal from Malaysia) had obtained a visa and was now in China. After a week or so of being in the country, he headed our way to Chongqing, staying in Keel's place. On Saturday, the 13th, Keel ...