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... and then asked if anything else was available and we were told only the presidential suites, so we said you had better show us :-) you can tell where this is going, yes we ended up with one of only two presidential suites both of which had their own sun terrace and positioned right on the bow of the ship under the bridge. It's was Kelly's treat to us... The suite was amazing, separate ...
... beds. I am allocated a 'hard seat' for the ten hours it should take to get to Huaihua, where I will still be able to make my connection to Zhangjiajie. The rain starts as I step out of the bus to the other side of this station (Chongqing is big!) and I begin to wish I was in Taipei. I eat in the vast parking lot under the square and read my guidebook's disparaging review of the city. Exploring the station square instead, I find a waiting room that is cheap, comfortable, ...
... only two. Breakfast followed, but I rarely am hungry for breakfast, so I usually do something else. In Holland I escaped to quickly explore around whatever town or city where we were docked, returning before others even arose for the day; on our way to and from Antarctica I usually went to the gym and pounded on their treadmills. On the Victoria Anna we were told that to leave the boat we had to pay 100 yuan, ...
... the coffee shop is really clean and clad in a 21st century vision of the décor of an old Chinese shop. Mitseru, Emiko, Paul and I all ordered our coffees. Paul had never had coffee and was skeptical but excited to try real coffee. The coffee was drip, it was black and it was bitter, just how I like it. Paul took one sip and made a face like he just tasted what everyone dropped ten minutes later. He proceeded to fervently add fake sugar until a bleached white peak ...
... All of this was in Chinese and I stayed in the conversation fine, until he asked how much we make. This is a common question to be asked from friends and strangers alike. John knew what he said and told him. He immediately walked away after that. I don't know if he was upset or if we just satisfied his interest.
After a bit of conversation, we began studying Chinese. An hour later Jon started reading and I got my laptop out to write my blog. I took a sip from my tea cup ...