Sichuan Jinxin Hotel
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... to have paid that bloody tuktuk non-driver.
After that journey, we required rehabilitation. We kindly prescribed ourselves two days relaxation in a hostel and several hours sat by a river in large wicker chairs, with glasses of green tea from the adjacent tea houses. Our hostel turned out to be brilliant, holding free hotpot nights for the guests. We soon experienced the tingly-lipped sensation from Sichuan red peppers and made friends with ...
... some pictures uploaded asap. For now, you'll just have to make do with words. Besides...only kids get picture books. And none of you are kids anymore, even though you may act like it.
Hope you're having a great weekend!
Chris & Jeremy
... some nice pictures.
Next to the temple is a rebuilt 'old' neighbourhood. We were expecting something similar to the one we had been to in Beijing but it had a completely different feel to it - more Skegness market than ancient Chinese village. It was really fake looking, complete with a river, and was rammed with Chinese tourists. They had a street of food stalls ...
... as it was impossible to get train tickets other than standing room. As soon as we arrived at the airport at 6am it was clear that the great Chinese migration had started. The airport was rammed with people everywhere. We found our queue and waited, we managed to get checked in after a huge wait in a massive queue.
We arrived in Chengdu after the short flight ...
Our last full day in China started at 06:30 at the President 3 cruise ship, still one hour away from Chongqing. Fog and low water forced the ship to stop earlier. As most other days on the Yangtze river fog made the view(and photo's) hazy. But from our President's suite we could still see the enormous number of bridges, and new bridges and road constructions going up on both shores.
Then out of the haze a black ...