Home Inn (Chongqing Shapingba)
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... or cigaret butts on the ground! There is always someone on every street of this GIGANTIC city (it's the largest city in all of China) sweep the sidewalks with something that looks like palm leaves.
3) Money: The monetary system here is pretty straight forward but a few things are different besides the obvious. I LOVE all the different colors and designs of each individual bill. The smaller the amount on the bill, the smaller ...
... again!!??!?! Well apparently. As if the city doesn't already have a funky smell to it, they decided that no one needed deodorant in the city that gets ungodly hot from the end of this month until october!! But even worse, I know you're probably thinking what the heck could be worse than this, BUT THERE IS WORSE. People here do not brush their teeth, so the smell is most likely their breath and not their BO.....lovely.
Until next time,
... that she is going to be my saving grace while i'm here. She helped me check into the hotel which is so odd because it's funky and modern, but a lot of the appliance are rusting and broken....and it's confusing me.
Laura, myself, Davis, and Mr. Mystery Chinese man all went to lunch down the street from my hotel to some cute little place. It had gold lettering and Chinese people inside eating, that's about as specific as I can get about this place ...
... by the devil. The flight was delayed and they never mentioned anything. We waiting another 1hr 30 min and finally boarded. Seems we were the only ones that upgraded. We had the whole exit row to ourselves and the head Flight attendant wanted us to move up. She was trying to be polite about "blocking the exit". The guy behind us ( strangely from michigan/Canada) said " if that door needs to be opened, I think this guy can handle ...
... if extortionate) cookie and a bucket of hot chocolate. After a sit down and an intense sugar hit, she felt a bit better and we moved off in search of some real food. Unfortunately my friend Katrina proved to be out of town, so we were on our own for trying the classic Chongqing speciality of hotpot. This is basically a DIY dinner in which you have a burner on your table, and then pick platters of ingredients which are brought to your table and you cook them in a broth. ...