Yangguang Heping Hotel Chongqing
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... Our guide boards every flight last and can never leave a tour group member in a city alone. The tour group will not allow this. Our tour guide is very good at his job but corralling 28 people must be a tough job.
I didn't have my camera on the plane. I regret that. I was tired and wanted to sleep but even for the 2 hour and 20 min or 2 hour and 40 min flights, they always serve a full meal on Air China. We did not take the last meal but ...
... and chatted with other guests. What was very interesting to me was that I had imagined the cruise to be an endless series of natural beauty, and mountainous landscapes but again my ignorance was evident as I learned that this is really a working river. We passed multiple cities of industry, ugly factories, and coal shafts as well as small villages and numerous temples and pagodas. The traffic on the river was also very heavy. Barges full of coal, grain, cars, trucks, ...
... This was well worth it and I was glad to get off the boat for a short time. In the afternoon we stopped at Fengdu, otherwise known as "Ghost City", for what turned out to be one of the most bizarre visits I've ever made to anywhere. But, in fairness, it was in keeping with the nightmare that was this trip. The area is a hillside covered in monuments to Tianzi, King of the Dead. However, the Chinese seem to have capitalised upon ...
... lot of fat. Luckily, I got some tasty snacks at one of the places we stopped at the day before. On the bus I was next to Chun May again and we spent the day together at Jiuzhaigou National Park. Jiuzhaigou is pronounced very similar to person with a heavy Chinese accent saying "Chicago". I found this ironic and funny. Our legs were still pretty sore from the 3 hour walk in Hounglong yesterday as there were lots of steps. Jiuzhaigou was a much bigger park and operated very ...
... beneath you. Each time you get off of the boat you walk through other boats as they are all tied up side by side. At our next stop there was a crush with our boat emptying along with the one next to us so as we are walking though the bottom deck of their boat they are all trying to get down the stairs and off too. Now this would be a normal life extinguishing experience except that the kitchen must have been frying chillies at that moment with the exhaust being pumped ...