Longquan Mountain Resort
TripAdvisor Reviews Longquan Mountain Resort Chongqing
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... walk up transported us into the epicentre of life in Chongqing- hot pots being eaten on the streets, bare bottom babies, animals roaming free, us being stared at and the tropical-looking vines twisting up the palm trees. Following the traffic we found the huge orange and grey bridge and crossed over facing the sunset silhouetted skyscrapers of the city. At a glance it looks like any other city but up close you'll see it's decrepit, decaying with a ...
... due to the fog. At moments like that I'm glad I'm not a teacher as they all had to sort everything out. We will not be leaving until 12 tomorrow so we miss out on most of Shanghai which is a real shame as I was really looking forward to going there for the first time. We are now in a hotel that the flight company put us in, waiting for them to sort out our rooms for the last hour so we are on the floor some sleeping others playing games while I have to write my catch up emails to you. ...
... time. The thigh
massage came up awfully close and my masseuse was basically on top of me doing
my back. I found it really weird when they were touching and rubbing my ankles.
I don't like my ankles being touched, so I was squirming and the masseuse was
laughing. At me, so was everybody else. About half way through I was getting
peckish, they had already served us fruit but I ate it all. I tapped my bowl
and asked Luke if he ...
ordered a kids pizza, steak a sorbet. I had two small slices of pizza, a bit of
soup and sorbet. We returned to school to watch an action movie, which had the
worst graphics and action scenes it was hilarious, I'm not sure if that was
intentional or not. Now I'm at home and I can hear my host brother and mother
fighting, I'm good to staying in my room. =
... that saw it. It was like
massively cursive, but for Chinese.
We had dinner together for the first time since Xi An, it
was great just to relax and not worry about food being shoved in your face. I'm
home now and all my clothes are nicely folded. My little bit of Easter bunny I
had wrapped up in bubble wrap and at the bottom of my bag is now on my desk.
I'm a little creeped out.