Taohualing Hotel Yichang
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... pick-up the trash in the alleyways, the government pays someone to clean the public toilets (there is one every 80 meters), and the government put in electricity (for heat and cooling) in 2007 before the 2008 Olympics. Electricity is expensive so the government subsidizes 60 percent of most of the remaining Hutongs bills. There is soooo much to say about the Hutongs but here is what I thought: it is an old style of living that is now full of old people, some very ...
... to see if he could fix things, but to no avail. Never mind I shall have to indulge in the sleeping tabs!!! Oh and some alcohol!!! Today our boat set sail and we came to the first gorge, which was stunning called the Xiling Gorge, very beautiful. We docked and some of the passengers took, what turned out to be an interesting walk into the mountain and were introduced to the Three Gorges tribes. They said it was fantastic and all enjoyed it very much. We then sailed to a ...
... 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.
... a nice community feel to it and it was nice to just chill out and doze off and on.
The train turned up and I boarded my 4-person sleeper cabin. Yes it was an overnight train - surprisingly, the first I'd taken. And yes it was a slow train. About 100km/h as it threaded through and around even bigger mountains in the night. But I slept comfortably for almost the entire 10 hour journey to my next destination, Chongqing (population 29 million. Yes - I said twenty. nine. ...
... and poor Aaron is bored. It's a struggle to pass the time until we enter the first gorge (Qutang Gorge) around 11:00. At only 8 km in length, this is the shortest gorge. It's very beautiful even if we can't see the peaks. The rain and mist have certainly shortened our views. It only takes about twenty minutes and we are out of the gorge and it's time for lunch. The food is once again uninspiring but it fills us up. It has started to rain harder than ...