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Today I laid in bed for a while and it was super nice. I have been exhausted from our busy days and I still have jet lag. Stephanie made amazing breakfast sandwiches with croissant bread that we got at the bakery yesterday. Yum! Then we picked up Honglin, Stephanie and Marlin's mandarin tutor and went tea tasting. We sampled ...
... we got our feet and legs massaged, then our feet cupped. Crazy! We also tried for 15 minutes to communicate with our masseuses that we wanted the TV turned off. Not many people speak english in chongqing.
After our massage we stopped in at the bakery next store and figured out what to do with the peaches. We found an angel food cake type thing.
We went home a took a hot tea break and relaxed for a bit ...
Real housewife of chongqing checklist:
Yoga - check
Lunch with the other housewives- check
Grocery shopping- check
For lunch we went to a great Indian restaurant. So far the majority of my meals have not been Chinese, but they all have been super good!
Stephanie made an amazing dinner of caesar salad and bread! It was super yum and good to have some ...
August 28 - 31 This morning we visited the Zoo at Chongquig. We were delighted to see 6 different pandas. One has sired 25 cubs so he is quite famous. The video I attached to the last posting was of a young panda. Its mother was in the background eating bamboo. We walked through the Ciqikou Old Town through very narrow streets. The buildings are allowed to be renovated as long as they are ...
... massive apartment blocks everywhere to house the masses. It's quite hilly (apart from walking along the river bank) so walking to see the sights is a little more tiring than in Xi'an or Beijing. However, there are lots of interesting alleyways (and steps) leading up from the river to the central part of the city to explore. Many of these are quite steep and have no vehicle access so porters carry everything up and down on their backs, or ...