Jinjiang Inn (Chongqing Yangjiaping Pedestrian Street)
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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 ...
I've found a way to use Rajiv's unpreparedness against him and make things more simple for us when it comes to conversing with the locals. I withhold information and this means that he can't attempt to translate some random gobbledygook to confuse a situation that's already under control. This works well in Chongqing when we get off the train. I can't convince him to take the subway (where ...
Visit to the Zoo to see the Black & white Panda's along with their red panda cousins (resembles raccoon & is about 42" long). Both animals were adorable, After zoo we boarded our ship the "Century Paragon" for our trip on the Yantze River! Smog was heavy at start of our ...
... to lower Manhattan or Hong Kong. However, when walking many of the inner streets there was a more 'countryside feeling': people with baskets, fruit sellers, small stalls and people with small workshops literally set up on the pavement.
It has been a special stay since we had the opportunity to spend some time with some young Chinese friends of friends that are living in the city. ...
... mysteriously encroach out of nowhere to our side of the fog. We have some business to do. Get money, organize transportation from Hi Wu to Shenzhen, where we have a business meeting on the 15th. No postponement possible. A walk over the sidewalks in a big Chinese city is always enjoyable. The crowds, the vendors, the smells, the food, the porters. This time I have hours to enjoy, because Sisi finds the last place in the world where I would expect a ticket office (in ...