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... step over with their right foot and men with their left! Next we went to a genuine street market. Everyone out for their Sunday constitutional with lots of food shops and a real squash. Usual smells and vistas. Then off to Eling Park where the wartime British Embassy is now a car park. The guide pointed out the spot where Madam Chiang took her early morning tea but interestingly not Chiang Kaishek's home. Guess he's not that popular these days! ...
... into the back of my seat and leaning on the top of my seat, enough so that twice he pulled my hair. The guy next to Terry fell asleep, facing her with very foul breath. He was also spilling into her seat. Apparently all the people around us were traveling together. They were yelling for most of the trip. I have firmly decided that the Chinese are just very loud people.
Upon landing in Chongquin, the largest city ...
... br> before 1600). Even though it was made of wood, they didn’t use a single nail or
screw and it is still standing. To reach the temple, we walked through town and
were bombarded with people selling their wares. We walked under very ornate
gates and then onto a swaying bridge. It reminded me of the rubber bridge in
the park in Benicia that we played with Trevor on recently. It was a little
creepy and very long! Then ...
... all the moments I cherish are making me feel homesick the most. I can live anywhere but I get attached to people a lot. As a child after a holiday I would often cry one week after I was back home, because I missed the people I met.
It's still the same when leaving every time.
I hate this part. Saying goodbye makes me cry a long time and especially with people who mean a lot to me. Mostly I will cry a whole flight until my new destination or home. ...
... sites of Chong Qing. We didn't have much time here, but the streets were really lovely and not overly crowded. Crazily enough, there was a Walmart though....this did NOT excite me, it more surprised me that they had reached China already! It was an interesting shop in there with produce at our fingertips and the American Snickers bar plentifully available.
Enjoy Chong Qing for all it is - especially the famous Hot Pot. Worth every ...