Chongqing Jinjiang Oriental Hotel
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The resident was a short little Chinese lady, 58 and she
lives with her husband and father aged 93 who was making slippers on the ground
floor of the 2 level house. It had a few bedrooms and a kitchen but was sparsely
furnished. Her 2 daughters live in the city now and have good professional jobs.
She said that she was happy to move to better accommodation as it is more
comfortable than when she was farming in a small ...
... i.e. a painting representing Obama hugging Kim Yong Un) and people showing in the middle of the streets how to prepare the product sold in the shops behind them. Actually, this is something we had already seen in several Chinese cities before Chongquing. It's quite interesting and you get to see how to prepare the traditional sesame candy, the sticky sweet rice and noodles... Check the pics!
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 ...
... having lots of conversation with Mitseru and Emiko in English. Demon was pretty quiet because she is shy and her English isn’t as good as Paul and Zhang Yu’s. I have to say through all this Mitseru and Emiko were nothing but nice and after some cold beers (cold is Japanese and American style, never in China) and food, everyone was relaxed. They went back to their hotel and we all headed back to the school for some rest.
The next morning I wanted to take them to ...
... understanding very hard. It’s a little hard to explain but the man was not too bad. It was kind of fun trying to understand what he was saying and he smiled and laughed a lot. He took a turn sitting next to me and he figured, if I couldn’t understand what he was saying, maybe I could read the incredibly hard written language that is Chinese. Obviously I couldn’t. We ended up talking for 30 minutes about random things. I went to the bathroom at one point and John ...