Glenview ITC Plaza Chongqing
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... crazy fast at what I can only assume was 100 MPH or greater, on the edge of a gorge! So to say the very least I saw my life flashing before my eyes and was counting the several ways that I could have died in the time I spent in that cab, just to make sure that I was prepared for anything and of course the seat belts were broken. We called a couple of our Chinese friends who spoke English to translate for us, turns out that there was still another HOUR left of ...
... in a lunch room for the teachers. After lunch they get ready for nap and are in bed and usually asleep by 1245PM. Nap time is until 230, but I have a break from 1-2pm. I usually read a book or work on my weekly observations of the children that I must write out. After nap they wake up and have a snack and then are outside playing until 330 when their parents, but usually grandparents pick them up. I clean the classroom after ...
We made all sorts of dishes for when a couple people came over that afternoon. We made salad, teriyaki potatoes, tomatoe and eggs, duck that was roasted and had a variety of spices on it, fish, cucumber salad and angel food cake for dessert :) eating out is cheap and convienent, but cooking at home feels comfy and I love it.
I FINALLY got my phone to upload pictures to my computer! whoop whoop! small victories ...
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 ...
... be rebuilt due to the relocation of its population as a result of the Dam project. The Red Pagoda dating back to the Ching dynasty was originally on top of an island with houses all round the bottom. As the waters rose a protective wall was built to protect it. To reach it you have to walk through the town which consists of many market stalls as they rely heavily on tourism and then across a wobbly wooden bridge. There are 9 levels in ...