Jinjiang Inn (Chongqing Yangjiaping Pedestrian Street)
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... dinning room, massive bedroom and bathroom and the icing on the cake our own private sun terrace. We thought it could not get any better, then we met our neighbour. A beautiful man called Ramon from Mexico City who as it turned out was travelling with a gorgeous Mexican family and we became friends instantly and they became a highlight of our Yangtze cruise. So since we upgraded to a suite it ...
"How many stations are there in Chongqing?" I ask at the hostel travel desk in Chengdu as they help me piece together my route south east from here. "One" is the reply. Good. On that basis I give myself an hour or so to swap platforms there before the sleeper to Huaihua. But once I arrive at 15:00 and pick up my ticket I find out there are two. And fifty minutes isn't enough time to move between them. The next available train isn't until midnight, and there are no ...
... clothing and a rain jacket!
Once we made it on the road the scenery the entire way was breath taking. Made me forget that I was in a city of 10 million people. On our way there we passed so many lush mountains and valleys and it really made me appreciate the cute little plot of land that I grew up on in Illinois. Ill tell you why, The families that live in these valleys farm the land and have ...
... to work off some of my energy. I was given 15 minutes, and it was enough. The pontoon bridges were (to me) beautiful; it was fun to walk and bounce my way along to the other side, and then, of course, back again. My mood and spirit were refreshed; I didn't mind being on the boat again after that little break.
That afternoon we went to visit a relocation family; as the Yangtze River was dammed, ...
... 3! Then Penny blew out the candle that was sitting in the middle of the rug.
THEN IT'S CAKE TIME!! Delicious cake with homemade whipped topping and an orange glaze :) I am pretty sure that birthday's are only celebrated like this at our school. Public schools in China are much more strict and I cannot imagine them taking time out of their day to eat cake and have family visit.
We have two more birthday tomorrow! This means two whole cakes in one day...oh boy!