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By now we were getting into the swing of things and had made these new best friends with whom we shared a table in the dining room. Again we opted to stay on board during the optional tour in the morning and vied for the good viewing spots as we approached the first and most impressive of the three gorges at 11 am. During the 30 minutes it took to pass through the gorge Gary gave a running blurb in probably ...
... if it had been eaten a couple of days previous, probably the day we originally boarded. Listening to conversations in the dining room many of the others were saying similar things and were very annoyed by the lack of quality. It hadn’t bothered me too much as I knew I’d got cereal bars just in case.
After the meal we then paid the compulsory service charge of 150 yuan before heading back to the rooms to pack for the next early ...
... van up the forested hill to our bus, and got ready for our long journey.
Before we departed for Wuhan, however, we did stop for lunch. I sat by DJ, Chuck, Megan, Brett, and a bunch of Chinese friends of Geiling’s. It was one of the best meals we’d had in quite a while. There were plenty of new things to try, such as Wasabi clams, which were these tiny clams with bits of wasabi sauce on the meat inside. Shang said they were his favorite dish, ...
... Opera House.
After a little walk we stopped for dinner. The humidity in Chongqing was much higher than our other stops in China!
Graham: "Milly… can we have fried rice for dinner?"
Milly: "What fried rice?"
M: “And what makes this rice so special?”
... most males at some point in there lives, I got into those pretty rubbish TV programmes that began with the word MEGA. I cant remember which mega programme it was, most probably mega-structures, but I once watched a show that was all about the three gorges dam. Not a great deal of the information remained in my sieve like brain, but from that moment I had always had a subconscious interest in the project and really wanted to see it one day.
The dam is ...