Green Vogue Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The resident was a short little Chinese lady, 58 and she
lives with her husband and father aged 93 who was making slippers on the ground
floor of the 2 level house. It had a few bedrooms and a kitchen but was sparsely
furnished. Her 2 daughters live in the city now and have good professional jobs.
She said that she was happy to move to better accommodation as it is more
comfortable than when she was farming in a small ...
The peculiarity of this city are the two rivers the meet each other in the middle of it - the Yangtze River that is yellow (because of the massive amount of silt it carries) and the Jialing River that is green/blue. You can see a clear line of colour where the smaller Jialing merges into the mighty Yangtze creating Chongqing's classical postcard picture.
The city keeps expanding by ...
... smile and waving us towards the correct boat. The taxi driver happily started unloading our bags! We dropped off our suitcases, and then had several hours to explore the city before we departed in the evening. We wandered around, shopped a little, had an early dinner, and gradually made our way back to the boat. Our 650 km journey began as we departed in the dark with the sparkling city lights to see us off. The next day after breakfast we enjoyed the scenery on the deck of ...
... for you to arrive and then they try and bargain a price. Then they walk you down a steep mud path to the lake, where there are tin row boats equipped with big umbrellas. Paul went with Mitseru and I went with Emiko. I thought that I would be rowing, but the Chinese lady started yelling at me when I sat in the rowing seat haha. I realized quickly that was here spot and moved to the center. We rowed around and it was pleasant. Mitseru’s English is pretty good but ...
... if this was a bar. She replied in a shaky voice, “I don’t know, I have never been to one.” I chuckled. I looked around more with one of my male students and discovered a stripper pole and cages for dancers in the middle of the floor. I began laughing…. a lot. Three older guys came out and started talking a lot of Chinese. The man who seemed to be the manager sat on a red, felt covered bench with his arms resting on the top, and a cigarette hanging from ...