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... island which dates back more than 1800 years to the Three Kingdoms Period. We chose not to do this and spent the afternoon on the balcony of our room watching the river traffic, reading and updating the Travelpod.
Tonight the entertainment was the Victoria Katarina cabaret where the crew members performed various song and dance items including a saxophone solo. It was very entertaining.