Taohualing Hotel Yichang
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... it backwards until th correct stop. It definitely feels good when things kinda go to plan. From the bus stop the hostel is pretty close and what's even better is that I get a whole room to myself. I'm so used to sleeping in dorms now that I forgot how good it was to have my own space, a girl could definitely start getting spoilt. It's also quite fortunate as the showers in this hostel although in the actual rooms only have weird frosted glass, very ...
... We are enjoying a slightly less busy schedule - a nice break in the middle of the tour. The boat itself is pretty comparable to the Viking boat I was on in the summer - except the wine they serve isn't as good. One lovely thing is that whenever we go out anywhere, the staff are placed about every 6-8 feet to wish us well and remind us to watch our footings at tricky spots, and the same when we get back. We are greeted with wet towels and a drink. Very pleasant.
... the costuming was wonderful, the cormorants and monkeys appeared as if on queue and the featured marriage ceremony was a lot of fun.
Mac was the target for the bouquet that was thrown to select the new groom, but he dutifully ducked the opportunity to join the Tajio virgin bride in the marriage bed...and left that honour to Jo! Jo emerged from the wedding room grinning broadly with a flushed face....Mac continues to be my hero.
We saw it all - ...
... there, a security guard who shook his head and pointed to his watch and said "Ba Dian". I knew it meant 8 o'clock. I went outside to the cold drizzly morning and sneezed as some students jogged past. I sneezed again as I summed up my options. Go back to bed and write off Yichang, or just try to make the best of it. I dozed for a few minutes on the concrete steps to think it over.
I had to try. Breakfast was good. I ate everything that was hot, and asked for a ...
... summer rains. 1.3 million people who used to live below the 174 ft. level were all 're-located' into new houses on higher groundl. I don't know if there was a referendum about it - being a communist country they were just told they had to move. Our guide said he was moved from a 30 sq. house to a 120 sq. house, so he was very happy. The farmers all have their crops growing on terraced land now. The gorges are so steep - no flat land for crops ...