Chongqing Jinjiang Oriental Hotel
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... without permission. Five days and 200,000 deaths later, with the soldiers the Chinese government sent as relief workers overwhelmed and even unable to get roads open, the government changed the earthquake rating to 8.0. This is a reminder that China is a Communism country. We may never know the true rating of the earthquake or the number of people that actually died. Terrible.
So, we left the boat this morning. Before leaving ...
As the starting point for our cruise upstream on the Yangtze River, I had imagined this city to be a rural port city along the river. I was surprised to see a teeming, foggy metropolis. The population of this mountainous city rivals Shanghai at approximately 33 million. Interestingly, briefly during WWII, Chongqing was made the capital since its constant foggy conditions made it harder for the Japanese bombers to find. We arrived in the late evening after quite a delay at ...
... was I'm sure especially put on for us, with the sides of high-rise towers flashing sailing boats and a laser beam shooting up to the sky. The Chinese sure like their neon, coloured lights. I’m sure that if astronauts can’t spot the Great Wall, they would surely be able to find China at night. The ship drifted from the crude pier heading downstream towards Shanghai leaving behind a magical show of lights. ...
... I could at least give her my empty plastic bottle when I finished drinking out of it. I agreed to that.
We arrived in Chongqing after a long talk about how expensive college was in America. A man nearby told me that many Chinese go to college in America because it's much better, but it costs around 300,000rmb ($50k) to go. I said yes, but many times the government helps pay for it, as in my case. He asked if primary schools and high schools were free and I said ...
... think that's truly the only reason it's so popular, and that's fine by me. After the dinner, Keel, Laura and I introduced the noobs to the popular bar/club spot we frequent (although it's been a long time since I went). Needless to say, they were welcomed with plenty of booze both in and out of the club; in fact, one of them had a bit too much, if you get my drift. That was...kind of expected, haha. No big deal--welcome to the crazy family! It was certainly an ...