Baitai Hostel

Address: No.2 Yixingjiu Lane, 1 Group Huangjinka Village, Yiling District, Yichang, Hubei, 443199, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located on No.2 Yixingjiu Lane, 1 Group Huangjinka Village, Yiling District, Yichang, is near Three Gorges Dam Project.
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Travel Blogs from Yichang

3 River Gorge Dam

A travel blog entry by bunnyette on Jun 14, 2014

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Since 1919, China was plotting & planning to build a large dam along the Yangtze. Many people died when the Yangtze would invariably flood each year. With the completion of the Three Gorges Dam, that stopped, and a new hydro station that services over a million people also was built. Most of the ship stayed up past 2 am as the cruise ship passed through 4 of the 5 locks of the dam. Not us, we slept right through it and ...

The Three Gorges Dam

A travel blog entry by tomstephtravel on Sep 08, 2013

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... from the guy at our guesthouse on how to get out there. Take the number four bus to one stop and then get out and hop on the number eight bus to the dam, he wrote it down for us too. We got the number four bus to the right stop but when it came to getting the number eight bus we had a little trouble finding where we were supposed to get it from. It was OK tho as there was a guy at the bus stop ...

Take to the boats...

A travel blog entry by jobloor on Mar 31, 2012

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... acres of farmland quite flat and well planted but see very few people. We arrive after dark in Yichang and head for a local restaurant for yet another banquet before heading to the dock to join the boat.

The Victoria Selina is an American owned boat which sells itself as 5 star cruising. Whilst the boat may have been more 3 star, but perfectly fine, the staff were 7 star very friendly and helpful and talented to as we found out later.


Movie star on a cruise

A travel blog entry by shroudofturin on Sep 03, 2011

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... Probably the biggest adjustment to make in this country is the food differences. I’m loving the Chinese food for lunch and dinner – it’s nothing at all like the “Chinese food” back home – but noodles for breakfast is just something I struggle with. So far I’ve lived on pork buns but they are getting a bit old now too. I’ve mostly just been skipping breakfast because I can’t face such a meal in the ...

Mah Jong Madness

A travel blog entry by jessnjing2011 on Jun 30, 2011

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... a different set of rules to play by. So far we have been playing the Chongqing version, but we will learn the Chengdu-style soon. We basically spent most of the day either catching up on the blog or tossing tiles around. We had a buffet style lunch around 1200 and resumed our previous activities after that.

Around 1900, we had a sit-down dinner, with our typical appetizers, entrees, and desserts. They ...