Chongqing South Garden Hotel
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... The buildings are quite modern and many unique. They have tried to green the city planting a number of trees with many several years old staked in a tripod arrangement. It was very humid here and the atmosphere very heavy with pollution.
At the Chongqing Zoo we concentrated on viewing the Pandas. Not as white as in the postcards but the brownish tinge is apparently due ...
... you can layer over your outfit would also be a good idea.
Best time to visit Chongqing
In order to get the best out of any holiday destination, you need to visit it at the right time of year. As for Chongqing, winter and spring are considered to be the best parts of the year for a visit. The lower humidity levels, the lower temperatures and lower fog levels make things comfortable for visitors to navigate through ...
... struggles and the accomplishments and those that lend a hand along the way. Soon four digit numbers turn into three, then two, one, and the thrill of looking at my speedometer as I reach my destination late in the day.
Cycling along tree lined boulevards and quiet back roads, I never imagined I’d come across sights like these in the Middle Kingdom. I catch a glimpse of what’s behind me and photograph the back ...
Purgatory may well be a late Chinese train. At a scheduled 9 hours long, the journey from Huaihua to Chongqing was going to be a long slog as it was - and, dragged out to an eventual 13 hours, it was an excruciating experience. The first few hours were relative bliss as we got used to our surroundings and played cards while a steady stream of locals came to look at us (literally, groups of men and children would stand and stare for minutes on end). Then, inexplicably, we ...
... as we glide along the river. No sea sickness for Phil as you can barely detect any movement. You can only recognise that the journey is underway when you observe the changing scene along the river. We are moving at a reasonable pace so towns and cities come into view before they pass us by and the boat leaves them well behind. The boat is due to dock at Chongqing tomorrow morning. This is the home town of our guide Christian and the city and surrounding area has ...