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... teas and 2 green teas. We drank so much tea that I got a little tea drunk! honestly I don't know what happened; I got spacey and the giggles! Whoops! All of the teas were good and all very different. I bought the one that was grown in the local providence, since I felt more of a connection to the area. Everyone there was ...
... with potato noodles in a spicy fish brooth, romaine lettuce in peanut sauce, beef and mushrooms, and broccoli.
Then we grocery shopped for dinner and decided on pork, veggies, and and something with peaches.
Stephanie took me for a foot massage, which I was told is a must do while here. It was an amazing 60 minutes! While our feet soaked in hot water with aloe they massaged our shoulders and ...
Real housewife of chongqing checklist:
Yoga - check
Lunch with the other housewives- check
Grocery shopping- check
For lunch we went to a great Indian restaurant. So far the majority of my meals have not been Chinese, but they all have been super good!
Stephanie made an amazing dinner of caesar salad and bread! It was super yum and good to have some ...
... shops, art & craft shops, food shops and rather oddly, a number of Thai fish spas. We spent 20 mins with little fish nibbling away at the dry skin on our feet! It was a area with a certain buzz element. Honya cave was on a steep hill, also presenting a number of preserved buildings, but a bit less exciting. No shortage of tourist shops. Are you beginning to see a pattern ...
... concern; it's completely OK to hang out with her, they said. I essentially told them that I don't care what it's like in China, but I'm conditioned to think this is freaking weird. Anyways, we played some games of "15, 20" but she was defeating me repeatedly, so I called an end to it. She spoke no English, so we conversed only in Chinese, which was great practice. Every so often, Zhang Xu would pat me on the back as if to acknowledge my "progress" in talking to his sister, ...