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... later on. Anyway we headed into town and WOW were we unprepared. As far as we were concerned we were taking a plane to the backend of nowhere to get on a cruise down the Yangtze River....but actually we arrived in a Boeing 777 plane to a massive new airport home to a whopping Chongqing population of 33 million people!!! That's half the size of the UK inside one city....or 12 times the size of Wales inside the footprint of Manchester!!! There were *****************ers ...
... can see the boat elevator that is still under construction. This will take a ship up and over (or over and down) the dam in under an hour. China does not charge any of the ships to use the locks. Other than the boat elevator, the dam was considered finished a few years ago. You cannot go into the dam, take a tour of the inside of the dam or wander outside the selected area. There are armed guards all around the area ...
There is a Doctor of Eastern and Western medicine who does acupuncture, cupping, scrapping and therapeutic massage. I thought that that was the best time to get my ankle look after and knocked at his door. He did acupuncture and scrapping plus western and eastern medicine. Two days of this treatment helped an awfully lot. I can walk almost in a normal way.
tomorrow we visit most of the Three Gorges and the lesser gorges. Can't ...
... 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, ...