Grand Metropark Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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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 ...
... of teachers that came into CIEE and they all live here in the city with me! This city is so large though that it takes a few subway rides to get across the entire city and still you may not be where you need to be, there may still be a shuttle bus involved or a bit of a walk,which is fine for now because the weather was sunny and in the 50's yesterday and I was sweating my butt off! But then I was surprised to find how cold I got after eating all ...
... did we. I'm pretty sure we made not only his week, but his entire year. Foreigners playing on exercise machines will be the greatest thing he sees in Chongqing.
The rest of the week wasn't terribly eventful--on Friday, Keel convinced me to head to Fuling for the Fulingers' Cinco de Mayo party. Seeing as I speak Spanish, I'm obligated to go. It was a good chance of pace, with a selection of Spanish spirits (though I sadly discovered Malibu rum's produced in France). I spent ...
I'm sitting here, listening to Midnight City by M83, thinking about all of my experiences leading up to this period. This song is an odd combination of techno, 80's, alternative, and I don't know what else. Super odd mix, but it seems to fit everything wonderfully. All of my memories and thoughts seem to blend in with this song, producing movie-like scenes across my mind. Truthfully, as many of my friends have told me, I am, in a sense, living out a movie. The people ...
... my parents out along with their 50 suitcases and presents galore, and got them a taxi. After a botched attempt at stuffing the suitcases in the trunk, they were forced to put them on their laps and stuffed inside. With a few last hugs and words, Rachel and I saw them off for the last time until 7 months passes.
I'm going to take a break now, but I'll continue posting pictures and then get on part 2, which will consist of skiing and then my adventure in Hechuan with Keel.