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My Friend Drew and I were suppose to go hiking today at at Jin Daoxia Gorge. So we took the subway to the very last stop like we were told to and that the entrance to the gorge would be right near the subway stop. WRONG.
We get off the subway and we are in the middle of an actual city large enough that you cannot even see the mountains that are behind the buildings, so the entrance to the gorge was nowhere near there. So we decided that we would just take a ...
So, i've realized that I haven't written anything about the actual reason that I am here in China for in the first place! So, school it is.
I work at, get ready for it....Beautiful Grassland Montessori International School. I teach kids ages 0-3, so pre-school. However, the majority of my kids are around 2 1/2 and the youngest being 1 1/2. They are exactly what you would expect...kids. They can be super gross with sneezing ...
So this past Saturday my roommate, Bella took me to a super marlet that is very close by pur apartment. Little did i know that this vegetable market was under ground. Not all too surprisingly China puts a lot of stores in basements. Gotta utilize all the space the city has.
This market was creepy and cool at the same time. You walk in and it almost looks like a scene from law & order special victims unit. There ...
I know the title of my entry looks like giberish, BUT it is the name of a preserved old town in Chongqing that they have made into a neat tourist place, surprisingly you'll find more locals here than tourists.
They have all sorts of food there, pretty much any ...
Here is a list of things that need mentioning, but not an entire blog entry of dedication
1) The driving "laws": Plain and simple the driving of chinese people specifically in Chongqing (because the driving in other Chinese cities is much different) is like playing one big and dangerous game of Frogger. No joke. There is complete disregard for staying within one single lane, there is no concept of merging rules. THERE ARE NO RULES ...