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So we arrive at Chongqing airport and are met by our guide Win and first taken for lunch , which was amazing. We especially enjoyed the fried inside out fish lol. We were supposed to go visit a factory shop but we suggested we go straight to our ship. We arrived at the President 7 cruise ship some 3-4 hours early which meant we got the pick of the rooms available to upgrade to. We viewed the ...
... and away from the staring masses on the concourse. It serves free green tea. Even better, I pay one hour and get four by showing my 'Confused Bearded Foreigner' discount card. My face, essentially. I am stretched out on the sofa finishing my tea when John appears. It is not immediately apparent but John, seven, is actually auditioning for a temporary role as my Chinese teacher. Since I am no longer travelling with Kaili the position is vacant, so naturally I take ...
... telling you to go WEED THE VALLEY!?!??! Hell no.
The actual gorges, caves and valleys that I got to hike through were so large and amazing that it was hard to fathom that what I was looking up at was actually real and not just a large picture. It was just so much to soak in. I would highly recommend this trip to anyone in the Chongqing province region.
Until next time.
... were not nearly as good as on those other two ships, over the next three days I immensely enjoyed sailing down the peaceful Yangtze River. Its real name is Chang Jiang, Long River, but the Chinese accommodate foreigners by letting it be known by what we call it: the Yangtze.
At 6:45AM each morning I joined Dr. Xu for tai chi. The first day there were 5 or 6 of us, but the following mornings ...
... appeared. She explained I was leaving early so I got my passport back. She also gave me a piece of paper with the hydrofoil information on it. I had to get to Wanshou, then go to the ticket office there to book the ticket. This seemed to agree with the Lonely Planet, a bus to Wanzhou, then hydrofoil to Yichang, so I was happy.
I had a quick shower and went to bed, utterly knackered again. A chinese guy in my room chatted to me for a while. He was nice ...