Xin Jin Feng Shan Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After our spiritually uplifting, much too short time in Tibet, we flew back to China, to Chongqing to meet and board our cruise ship, our home for the next three days. I did not want to leave Tibet, to leave Yarpel, our guide and teacher. Tibet is unique; it pulls you in and thumps you on the head, challenging you to breathe, to regain the normal functioning of your body, to wonder what will happen to this ...
... happy to cross that as quickly as possible! We got back on the boat for lunch then my roommate Julia happened to mention that she had Gavin & Stacey series 1&2 on her laptop, amazing! That was music to my ears and as we had a few hours til our next stop it seemed like the perfect way to kill some time. It was great to watch some British tv and humour, it's been a while! I then had a brilliant nap too and felt so refreshed afterwards, what better way to spend ...
... Never mind. I acted surprised when people questioned me and then told them that I'm not sure, but that I'll give them plenty of notice in accordance with my contract. One month, haha. They weren't stupid, they knew it was imminent, they had even asked for 2 replacement teachers, one for me and one for Zack... he is one of the guys I went to Jiuzhaigou with, his contract expires on 1st Dec. Pretty much the same time I anticipated leaving myself haha. The last ...
... there, except this time separately. At least, in the end. We began together, meeting in Chongqing Railway station. We caught a train to Fuling, but I had bought mine prior, so Keel and I were in different cars. I was going to stay with him to prevent any splitting, but then got selfish and wanted to enjoy my seat (he had a standing ticket--plus they check your tickets anyways). A couple stations and one hour later, we arrive in Fuling. The only reason I know this ...
... my bag on top of it. Nice!
The trek there was rather painful. Two hours, with only my left cheek on a seat, was causing my right side to fall asleep. Not to mention the seat buckle (no belt) which stuck in my butt, causing further discomfort. Keel was in front of me, with an attractive Chinese girl falling asleep on his shoulders; this was the one good thing we decided to draw from that van ride. Onwards.
Chap Two: The Cat in the...Jacket