Longquan Mountain Resort
Travel Blogs from Chongqing
... and downstream at the same time. We approach our lock and it’s well-lit so we can see how enormous it is – it’s probably 150m long and 30m wide, with 22m of water, which sounds big but it’s impossible to appreciate quite how big until you’re in it. There’s a ship in front of us about the same size, and we’re able to comfortably pull in beside it. Another cruise ship pulls in behind us and it’s really big ...
... to join the kungfu show we saw in Beijing. We then got the opportunity to do the kungfu with the students it was hard but having previously done a martial art I found it easier then others who had no idea. After the mass amount of photos we had with just about every sporting team we got in a dingy bus and went back to school for lunch.
I was starting to feel better but I still wasn't too keen on lunch, I was however keen on an afternoon nap like the ones I had been ...
... which I think we are
also preforming tomorrow. We went off to some of the classrooms where we
basically gave them toys and left. In the art rooms we stayed a little longer,
some of the kids were really talented, much better than me. We played outside
on the running track before heading off to finally get our massages.
The massages were bizarre, i'm pretty sure the teachers
just paid for me to get molested, but we had ...
... We watched the end of the movie that we started a few days ago which
was good and then we took a tour around Suining. It's amazing how many sculptures
they have in a 'country' town. Most of them are pretty pointless and looking
around the city, I think the money could have been better spent on
environmental programs or bins. I returned home for lunch and only had ...
... department where I saw an old people leaving,
its like nah dah. We followed our guide to the wards where people were getting
acupuncture, cupped and massaged. We all got a massage but only on our
shoulders. I was jealous of the Mrs Williams who got a back massage, that would
have been nice after sleeping on a wooden bed for a week.
On our walk back we passed a funeral place. There ...