Jinjiang Inn Chongqing Eling Subway Station
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Today I laid in bed for a while and it was super nice. I have been exhausted from our busy days and I still have jet lag. Stephanie made amazing breakfast sandwiches with croissant bread that we got at the bakery yesterday. Yum! Then we picked up Honglin, Stephanie and Marlin's mandarin tutor and went tea tasting. We sampled ...
... we got our feet and legs massaged, then our feet cupped. Crazy! We also tried for 15 minutes to communicate with our masseuses that we wanted the TV turned off. Not many people speak english in chongqing.
After our massage we stopped in at the bakery next store and figured out what to do with the peaches. We found an angel food cake type thing.
We went home a took a hot tea break and relaxed for a bit ...
... to travel, yet such a cheery lady must be happy with her modest life in Lijiang. Another trouble free flight, thanks to the great system that the tour company has clearing our whole group through the checking in process at airports. Another efficient guide collected us from the Chongqing airport providing us with a summary of the city we would merely get a glimpse of in transit. He proudly spoke of ...
... enough, people began to file in--quite a few, actually. They turned out to mostly be recent high school graduates or currently in high school, making me feel extremely old. Oh well, at least I don't study 12 hours a day (by the way, how do these students go out until 12am just to wake up for a 12 hour school day?). There were some newbies at the bar, all very friendly people. Zhang Xu was running around, preparing for the party, setting the table with lots of goodies ...
... his legs from half court and made it. I don't understand. I've never been so frustrated playing Chinese people in basketball. Not that important, but just had to voice my frustration.
That night, we headed out to the typical bar and introduced Alexi to the only "Western" entertainment in Hechuan. Naturally, Keel and I sang our hearts out, along with Bill and a few other students, and some random lady who we always happen to see there. I have no idea who she is to this ...