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... land beside the
river. The community stayed together so she still has her friends around her.
The elderly who have been relocated are well provided for with government pensions.
Families are expected to look after their aging parents. They don’t appear to have
homes for the old as we do. To make extra money she and her husband carry
tourists on a sedan chair as she is very strong. They also sell potatoes which
they had ...
... buildings and building much larger ones and eating into the countryside. An overwhelming 30 million people live in the several towns and cities that make up the greater Chongqing metropolitan zone.
The city centre is immaculate with the bright lights of big, famous fashion brands illuminating the main streets. When viewed from afar, as we did when crossing the river by cable car, it has a ...
... the stream is majestic and secluded and the banks are inhabited by Tujia ethnic groups. Along the way we kept an eye out for monkeys and Mongolian gazelles. We did spot a few mountain goats on the rocky outcrops. We also passed by stalactite caves and rock faces dotted with hanging coffins on bamboo poles and deep cave entrances that go well into the mountains. Many swallows were circling around the cave ...
... jin wan mei you piao ma, You guys have no tickets for tonight)? ****. Mitseru knows enough Chinese to know that there were no tickets for that night. He wasn’t fazed at all. He smiled and said, "ok taxi then", and started to head out. You might be asking your selves, Alexi why didn’t you buy tickets beforehand. The reason is because everyone needs a form of ID to travel on a train and foreigners need their passports, which I didn’t have for Mitseru and Emiko. So the ...
... of confusion. I turned my head to look out the window and came face to face with a 50 year old Chinese man sticking his head through the window. His nose was 2 feet from mine, but said nothing. I waited for a moment for him to say something, as you might expect a stranger who has his head up against yours, to have a question. But in China it seems to be perfectly acceptable to just watch. Soon enough I said, "NiHao" He replied and asked where we were from and if we worked at ...