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After our spiritually uplifting, much too short time in Tibet, we flew back to China, to Chongqing to meet and board our cruise ship, our home for the next three days. I did not want to leave Tibet, to leave Yarpel, our guide and teacher. Tibet is unique; it pulls you in and thumps you on the head, challenging you to breathe, to regain the normal functioning of your body, to wonder what will happen to this ...
CHONGCHING was a little over an hour flight. We picked up our guide Windy who immediately continued the story of Old and new China. Chongquing was the epicenter of protecting China during World War 11. It was bombed often by the Japanese and the meeting center for both Cheng kai Shek and Mao. General Stilwell was the American in command in Chongquing. Pilots used to fly "the hump" receiving the name “humpies”. Supplies were ...
... this change in the cab and was so grateful to have internet in case I needed to contact anyone for emergencies. When I got to the place where the bus was suppose to be there were tons of buses. The cab driver was also nice and called the bus driver and located the bus for me. I was a very lucky girl this morning! I was also a very exhausted girl. During the cab ride I thought of alternatives in case I missed the tour like finding a nice hotel and chilling out in Chengdu instead. I ...
... their hands, something I can do well. So that's what I did--I walked as far as I could, people applauding the rather unimpressive talent, until I reached an outdoor restaurant some 10 yards away. I waved to the restaurant patrons as I returned to my feet, which got a laugh from them. Oh, silly foreigners.
The next morning we awakened to a beautiful, sun-shiney day with two water events on our itinerary: first, a trip up the big river on a "farmer’s boat". It was cool, but not uncomfortable – perfect temperature. The karsts are absolutely amazing…….endless shapes to look at, ...