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Travel Blogs from Ankang
QUTANG GORGE - GORGEOUS!
What a beautiful view to wake up to - The River views were getting nicer as we sailed downstream - the Gorges were getting higher and it was a nice way to start the day by just viewing the river scenery.
That morning ...
BIG PAGODA 12 STORIES HIGH
This morning we docked at Shibao Zhai to visit the 12 story Pagoda built into the Hill.
We met our Guide and walked through the Village to Shibao Zhai Pagoda.
Many of the Locals
were sitting or just
and Denise had the ...
Day two of our 5* Yangtze cruise!
The itinerary we were given last night for today said there would be a tai chi class at 6.30am. Due to a lack of morning Bootcamps I thought I would go - along with several of the others - also 6.30 is the best time of the day in this heat!! With the alarm set for 6am I got up and strolled to the top deck - no sign! A couple of the others arrived, but it seemed to be just us! Pauline went to the reception to ...
At almost 4,000 miles , the Yangtze River is the longest in China and the cradle of Chinese civilization. The most impressive and beautiful section of the entire area is the Three Gorges; the Qutang, the Wu and the Xiling. Wushan lies on the north bank of the Yangtze where it meets its tributary, the Daning. After construction of the Three Gorges Dam, the region was flooded and the original ...
We had an early start and walk to the Yichang ferry terminal where we ironically needed to get a two hour bus to the boat, due to the Three Gorges Dam, the world’s largest man-made generator of electric power from a renewable source. We boarded a strange platform that took us steeply down to the hydrofoil (more of an old fast boat). As we powered off we got a good view of the dam, which is world’s largest due to length (2.3km) rather than ...