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... the garage was piled high with the spuds.
We visited a local kindergarten opposite then and saw the
cute children all doing activities to music copying the 2 teachers at the front
of the room. The kindergarten was clean but had few toys in sight.
That evening we had a Captain’s farewell dinner on the boat.
He looked about 30 and was softly spoken and described our journey in Chinese
so we had an interpreter.
The peculiarity of this city are the two rivers the meet each other in the middle of it - the Yangtze River that is yellow (because of the massive amount of silt it carries) and the Jialing River that is green/blue. You can see a clear line of colour where the smaller Jialing merges into the mighty Yangtze creating Chongqing's classical postcard picture.
The city keeps expanding by ...
... of the Three Gorges Dam - apparently many of the one million people who were displaced by the construction of the dam ended up moving to the city and are one of the reasons for its rapid growth.
Even Lonely Planet appeared to not know much about Chongqing - offering only a half page of suggestions of things to see, while we aimed to tick off in our one full day there. On top of this it was a convenient place for us to do a lot of admin - sorting out phone ...
... a passport. Paul then made a call to his roommates. He got off the phone and told me that one of his roommates was not going to come back to the dorm tonight and that I could sleep in his bed. I thought about it and figured there was no other option so, why not. I asked Paul why his friend wasn’t coming home. He said that he had a girlfriend and was going to a hotel.
We finished up our fruit and then Demon headed home and Paul and I headed to his dormitory. I ...
... idiotic kids idea of fun, was a better use of his time. The next point Jim would return to was, why did the middle aged people shrug them off? “I can not understand this.” he would say. I have read in books and heard from Chinese friends, that this is a problem in china. When something bad is happening to a person, many people will gather to watch, but no one will help. I think there a few reasons, but one that is commonly sighted is money. If someone gets involved, ...