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... her! The reason we wanted to visit was the three gorges and they didn't disappoint...mahoosive and impressive is an understatement. The scenery at times was stunning and we managed to get warmed up too when the sun came out. We hopped onto another two smaller boats as the sleeper boat was to big for the gauges...we preferred the ride on the smallest boat. It was less crowded and a more pleasant trip. Looking back we are glad we pushed our boundaries and visited the river but ...
... the Chongqing section of the Lonely Planet book was obviously in the mood for a practical joke when he drew the map, since the Metro station on the map doesn't exist, and after an exhausting trek around the filthy, gob-covered streets, we trudged back to the cable car, and were very glad to leave that part of the city behind.
Our next sight, courtesy of another Lonely Planet recommendation, was some old stilted housing, near to our hostel, and the busy ...
... like “non-chronological order of story-telling” and “circling around themes”.
While He Wu tried to explain our technical answer into Chinese, we decided, that we had been donkey-headed show-offs and that we should simply tell the content of our current novel projects.
“I write about a mother and a father – and their 4-year-old child that stopped talking. Nobody knows why”, I said.
... turned out to be neither fake nor ancient. It was a town at least. On the way to our destination we walked though the empty streets of a quiet part of Chongqing. For some reason this part reminded me of Thailand. Not that Thailand had been empty, no. It must have been the vines hanging from some trees, or the way, the pavement was broken here and there. It took a few streets for us to find out, that we had reached our destination already: This was it! In ...
by Julia Powalla
Pieces of cut raddish hanging on a line to dry
Mahaghoni-coloured heavy tables and chairs
People staring at us, without a greeting
People staring at us, and greeting us with a lot of excitement as soon as they heard us being able to say „Ni hao"
People cuing in ...