Country Garden Phoenix Hotel Jingmen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Wow, it's been a while since I've written, so I have a lot to catch up on. Sorry if this is a jumbled mess. I'll probably just go on rants when I remember stuff, so don't say I didn't warn you!
First, I made some new friends. They are also 老外 (lǎowài, or foreigners) who teach English at other schools. They live in other parts of the city, so we usually just meet on weekends. My life here has gotten a lot more interesting since I ...
This was a day which never ended!
It was Martin’s 70th so we congratulated him and then got
off the boat and headed for the Chongquing Zoo by coach to see the famous
Pandas which didn’t disappoint. There were many small enclosures each with a
hungry Panda sitting on a raised platform munching bamboo. That’s all they do
apparently just eat and sleep - much like our koalas.
We then saw some fish which were housed in ...
... the afternoon. From what I gathered it had something to do with the water levels not being the right height or something like that. Instead they decided to play some movies. The first one was in English with Chinese subtitles called "Drive Angerly'. I watched it for a few minutes and then left, absolutely appalled that they would show this on the boat and allow little kids in to watch it. I'm definitely ...
Hello blog followers! Sorry for the delay. This is the Jingmen post and I am about to start on our next city, Wuhan. Thanks for reading!
After Beijing we spent five nights in Jingmen, Hubei province, where Jin grew up and her family still lives. We spent a lot of time enjoying home-cooked and local foods, and hanging out with all of her family members. Everyone was so friendly, warm, funny, welcoming, and ...
We came to Zhongxiang intent on seeing the Huangxian cave. As Zhongxiang is not very touristy, getting out there off season wasn't as easy as going to the dam in Yichang. Apparently its a city with a long history, as least that is what peope kept telling us.. So slightly lost about how to get about with our quest, we asked at our local breakfast place. The woman, who took a liking to us, called a guy who was willing to drive us up to the ...