Cygnet Inn (Guanyinqiao)
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This was the day we all went to a relocation tour of a house
of a resident who had been relocated to a new apartment provided by the
government due to the flooding of the Yangtze River to do the 3 Gorges project.
This was an optional tour off the cruise boat. We chose this
instead of checking out a high red pagoda which we saw from the boat anyway. The
local guide interpreted for us and we could ask any questions we ...
... 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 ...
... at 10pm on a Sunday evening this is where you can find locals unwinding and in one of those brilliant travel moments, Ollie and Crispin were challenged to a game. Both of them said that they had never seen such topspin...
Despite its last-minute inclusion in the trip we all enjoyed our time in Chongqing and felt that we could have happily spent a bit longer there - however the need to keep moving meant that the next day we would be moving into Sichuan province.
... because I was going to do two things I had been wanting to do for some time. First, climb Pass Mountain, which is a small hill where Paul’s dorm is. Second, see what student dorms are like. After making the arduous climb up the hill, we were at the foot of the new Pass dorms. They looked a little dungy like most Chinese buildings, but were overall ok. Paul showed the window on the first floor that students had been climbing into after curfew, but was now barred ...
... be sued. He asked if this kind of thing would happen in America. I said that not everyone would help, but most of the time people would respond with aid. He vented for a while longer as we both sipped tea. Eventually I moved the topic to girls, a sure fire way to get a guys mind off anything else it might be hounding. He seemed to have calmed down, and we kept refilling our cups with hot water and talking. About an hour passed and then he got a call. “WHHAGA!” ...