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... open for the day and we saw lots of people there doing their morning exercises. If you buy an annual membership to the zoo you are allowed to enter early We saw lots of Tai Chi, some badminton and some dancing. Best of all, it was cool enough for the pandas to be outside and we got quite a show! They have 9 in residence and we saw 4 of them. They like cold climates, so the summer heat usually keeps them in their nicely air conditioned rooms away from the public. I took ...
... city to be at during a weekend.
I've come to love Chongqing a lot, and in fact am starting to know some if its locals, mainly because I go to the same places every weekend I'm there (the foreigner bar and the random club across the street). There's always the same German guy there, with a shaved head and a sweet goatee. Him and I get along well, and somehow I always run into him when I'm wondering around alone in the city, or at the bar/club. He's a ...
... dialect rather then full-on Mandarin, which is all I know at this point. He found the whole situation quite comical, I could tell.
The following day, after the interesting Toga Party (I'll get into that in a later chapter), Keel and I had to find another taxi to Fuling because, again, 1.3 billion people. So I told him about the "black taxi" and sure enough, we bargained our way down to half the original price, to 100kuai. Not terrible, not good. Well, ...
... to the experience of our friends and came out the other end unscathed and better educated on regional cuisine. We now know what traditional Tujia dishes taste like, which foods are treasured in Chongqing, and how to say "Not Spicy" (Bu la). We definitely tasted foods we would have never tried on our own. Our horizons have been broadened. And although our tastes in food may vary widely, there is one preference that we share: nobody ate the chicken ...
... Chinese persons shoes, I went to nearby tourist spot with Judy (turns out nothing is going to happen there – hey ho, she doesn’t talk English so could end up being a little difficult anyway haha) and on Tuesday (07/06/11) went to one of the many small mountain tourist spots around CQ with Judy again (just as friends) and Tracy (one of the Chinese tutors from Jiang Bei) and her boyfriend for a spicy ducks neck and chicken wing picnic. My ...