Yishang Hotspring Resort

No.98 Lingxia Road, Shijia Town, Beibei District, Chongqing, Chongqing, 400708, China | Resort
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Yangtze River Cruise shenanigans!

A travel blog entry by jon_lowra2014

2

... roads and then a quick stop off resulted in Jon going missing! As the tour guide spoke no English we thought we were stopping off for a quick toilet break in some sort of tourist attraction resort. Jon got off the bus and I stayed with our belongings. Everyone else had gotten off. The bus then drove off with me on it and stopped no where near the drop off point. Poor Jon came from the toilets thinking where the heck was the bus.... and me! Trying to remain calm I gathered ...

Hot pot

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin

236

... stop, so it wasn't such a schlep with our backpacks. Our Hostel is the same chain as we stayed in Nanning, the Green Forest Hostel, and so we had the same comfy beds, although this time we had traffic noise to contend with.

The next day, we got up late and went for a wander, in search of a HSBC. This took us to the posh bit of town (Jiefangkou), past the Liberation Monument and fancy shops. We tried (and failed) to find the cable car that takes you across the ...

The Fake Ancient Town

A travel blog entry by aralie

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by Julia Powalla

Julia mentioned, He Wu and Zhao Rong had taken her to a place like that before: an open air museum with re-build old Chinese country houses. On the way to the 'fake ancient town' He Wu kept referring to, he stopped the car in front of a modern Expo building, covered with lawns and trees on various plateaus. "Diversity" he said, repeating what I had said about China in front of his class. "Old - and new." Julia noticed how ineffective ...

Just another week in the "Chuan"

A travel blog entry by jbingham

"Chuan", as it's pronounced in Mandarin, means stick. However, it has also become the nickname for anyone who visits Alexi and I in Hechuan. Neil has done us the favor of calling Chongqing "the Chongers", which sounds a bit racisty, but I promise it's innocent.

Recently, I hadn't had much time to practice Chinese and was getting a bit lazy--the people I used to practice with were busy, or I was, and then all of us traveled to Chongqing to hang out with Keel, thus having ...

The Ping Pong Posse

A travel blog entry by jbingham

... teach her English. She spoke awkwardly slow to me, which was kind of funny but a nice gesture anyways. I said yes, then she asked me how much she has to pay. I basically said, "pay? Why?" This confused them--services, honestly, don't come free here. People always request money--it's not rude, it's just the way it works. At this point, eight people were listening to this conversation, which was kinda weird. I then jokingly told her 300,000rmb per month, I need to pay for ...

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