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Travel Blogs from Chongqing
... here i am homesick to the people I love. At this moment I am looking out the window with tick red crying eyes and if I think of certain people the tears will pop up immediately.I miss you.The best part of saying goodbye : there is a new adventure waiting. But I always try to have no expectations. This will make you the happiest.For now I stare outside the window, looking back with sad feelings overwhelming me
But also looking forward to my new chapter: Australia ...
I want to make things clear about the way I live.
I think many people have the wrong image of how I am living.
"You are living the good life…" I am not denying it , but look at your own life and you are probably living the good life as well. It's just a choice you made for yourself HOW you want to spent your days that make you happy. And if you’re not: Change it!
Everyone who said I am living the good life ...
... go home.
On my way home I suddenly saw Belgium started their football game... So I took a seat and watched, but after 20min I decided to go home after all.
After two weeks of China I already feel unhealthy again... Last time, after 8 months, I really had to detox several weeks... So I decided not to wait and go for fresh air in the weekend. Friday afternoon I left the city, had dinner in a hotel and took a good rest in a soft bed again. In the morning I woke up ...
... I always felt excited. Today I felt the same way as I was that kid again!!!
In the evening we went to see the football game of Belgium vs. Russia. We did see it in an Mexican bar and I drank two gin tonics. GOOOAAAAAAALLLL!!!
When I look back at my escape plan, I can say I scored as well. I did feel the same: GOOOAAAAAAALLLL
* special thanks to my personal photographer for some of these pictures
We left Chengdu and made our way to Chongquing via high speed rail. Great way to travel. Going at over 170km per hour, it was a smooth ride. Our Chengdu guide was not allowed to take us to the gate. So we had to figure it out on our own. We managed. A kind Chinese gentleman, let me go down the escalator with my suitcase ahead ...