Jinjiang Inn Chongqing Eling Subway Station
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We get to te airport excited to leave and have to wait to check in. I use every bathroom in the terminal and Marlin got felt up by the cleaning lady who would make a pass every 10 minutes to get a look at him. There was poking and patting. We were at the check-in counter and we asked to have our bags checked all the way through to Melbourne. "No!" Is what we got. Okay lady, we are flying through Hong Kong " no!" The Chinese have that phrase down pat! We get our boarding passes ...
We are getting so excited. This morning Marlin updated our itinerary and we started making lists...I love LISTS!! We fly out Wednesday afternoon, so I have some time to get last minute things if necessary! Our trip is 16 days that will include 6 tours, 8 flights, 9 hotels, 1 rental car, one ferry ride and a lifetime of memories! We hope you enjoy our trip as much as we will! I will post when I get wifi as we will only have one phone working while there. Cheers! ~ Marlin and ...
... us "this is NOT the real Chinese." It is very clear the only people that could possibly shop in The Gap or eat at the Burger King or McDonalds or shop at the iPhone store would be expats. This place is clearly built and used by tourists only. Some American Chinese people were there - taking pictures - tourists. Makes sense. An interesting note about the giant Apple store here - an Iphone in China will cost you over $1,000. The Apple store in ...
... for good, I'll probably keep things semi-censored.
Fun fact, however: prior to my arrival, an anonymous student told me, the president of my school warned the students that there is a good chance I'm a spy. I was only recently told this; perhaps because the students now understand I'm not a spy and have treated them with respect. But it just dawned on me: if you recall, perhaps in one of my first blogs in Hechuan, I mention a student who asked me if I was a spy. I considered ...
... and got in my face a few times and screamed "foreigner" and laughed. Then one day he wanted to split a taxi with me randomly as I was walking home from the supermarket. I denied him and kept walking; that night, he yelled at me as some lady yelled back at him. The fruit lady, my biggest defender, will usually just glance at me and laugh as we listen in on the occasional judgmental/ignorant man. She typically gets very annoyed when a student or bystander comes up ...