Tang Cheng Hotel
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... love love what's app and Facebook for that. But did you know Facebook or Google aren't allowed in China the country and some of its 2 billion people (who haven't traveled) are in my view very very closed to the outside world. And interesting impact of a communist country. We left the next day for the airport to fly from Xian to Chongqing to pick up our ship to cruise the Yangtze River. Much love the traveling ...
... like a small red potato. No one had any clue as to what was wrong, but we ruled out a fracture. I was taken to the hospital for the first time in this sags. All the doctor did was x-ray it. The next hospital splinted it using a cut syringe. In the meantime doctors and my family back home were frantically trying to get me antibiotics. The American doctors realized it was infected (thanks Madelyn's dad). On Saturday I went to the hospital again (the third time in the saga). ...
... city. Becoming used to the Chinese traffic, we somehow got onto world religions thus: Buddhism: **** happens Christianity: **** shouldn't really happen but if it does it's probably your fault Judaism: we don't let **** happen any more Confucianism: **** happens, but do the right thing anyway Taoism: you won't notice **** happening if you are nice to people and love nature Islam: **** really does happen if you are not a Muslim Atheism: who gives a **** anyway? Perhaps you had to ...
... roll your shirt up under your armpits and let your belly hang out. It's common to see guys on the street with their friends or family strutting towards you, John Wayne style, with their belly hanging out. The other oddity is that although there are corruption issues the evil vice of tipping has not yet pervaded society here. As we saw with our guide the other day restaurant staff will actually follow you out onto the street ...
... door to the Japanese place and share some sushi and sake, then on Sun night we are off to Xiao Yang Kao Rou - Lamb BBQ with the chinese staff as well for my final dinner.
So a very social last week, and I figure if I am exhausted by Mon it will help me sleep on the plane and re-adjust my body clock - a good theory, anyway!
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