Taohualing Hotel Yichang
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... Why didn't they tape her dress? haha.
I was given a Chinese name! It is 舒音 (Shū yīn, I was told it's the characters for comfortable and music). The first speaking class was an hour long, and I "learned" how to say "Where are you going?" and how to answer with a few places. However, without looking, I only remember how to say 2 of them. Yeah, I'll be fluent in no time! (¬_¬) They took pictures of us for their school's ...
The Yangtze River is Asia's longest river stretching for 6300 kilometres. We travelled upstream from Yichang to Chongqing passing through the locks on the side of The Three Gorges Dam and then through the three gorges - Xiling, Wu and Qutang.
First up was a tour of the Tribe of the Three Gorges where we walked along the bank of the Yangtze River before moving upstream of the Longjin Brook or ...
... on plane, not even water allowed. Decided on a coffee, $10 a cup, and it tasted like dirty water. Coffee in China is not the best, have been drinking green tea mostly. Yichang, is only small town of 4.1 million people, no where near as many cars or traffic. A mix of modern architecture and elaborate buildings, so some very average type of apartment blocks. The cheap units are in buildings with no elevators, they can be up to 15 stories high, no wonder ...
... don't know if I could have showered if I was sharing a room with 3 other guys and I really needed a good shower after the boat. I spend most of the afternoon sorting myself and my next plans out before heading for dinner. I'm just walking around when I hear Graham calling me from one of the restaurants near the hostel so I join him for dinner and ask him how the Dam tour was, from what I heard I'm glad I missed it out, now if a boat was to go through the ...
... 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.