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... the most perfect weekend to end my stay in China. Spending a night in Sheraton with good food and the most amazing mattress called sweet sleeper. My last night , ironically , I ate Thai food as last meal and watched the football game of Belgium who unfortunately lost.
It brought me in the right mood of sadness. I was surrounded by the people I wanted to be with.
Moments like these, spending time together, make it even harder to say goodbye every ...
... experiences. Again I made the decision to do it this way. And again there is nothing to stop you from quitting your job and leave.
Well actually these are good excuses, because these people are supposed to make you happy wherever you are and they help you making your life into a good life.
E. Others…many other excuses
The only two excuses I think are reasonable( except ...
... go home.
On my way home I suddenly saw Belgium started their football game... So I took a seat and watched, but after 20min I decided to go home after all.
After two weeks of China I already feel unhealthy again... Last time, after 8 months, I really had to detox several weeks... So I decided not to wait and go for fresh air in the weekend. Friday afternoon I left the city, had dinner in a hotel and took a good rest in a soft bed again. In the morning I woke up ...
... and I got two new friends. Two cats who were laying down with me. My weekend goal seemed to go the right way.
In the evening I still wanted to escape the Chinese big city life, so I went for Thai food in Kempinski hotel.
When I ate this Thai food I only was remembered how much I love and miss Thailand. The food, wauw how could this be so different from Chongqing food? It's both rice and noodle basically but it's the art of making something ...
... is incredibly unstable!) We’re given a demonstration of boat tracking, as used to be done here when the water level was only 1-2m deep (it’s now more than 70m so isn’t needed anymore!) Sophie tells us about the local culture and we learn some of her local dialect, an oral-only language. She also sings us a couple of local folk songs. We return back to the larger boat and head back to the cruise boat. It’s the last night, so there’s ...