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... that you have someone looking inside your room if you don't close the curtains. Sophisticated fire fighting equipment on board, upstairs they have a fire extinguisher along side of several plastic bottles of water, downstairs in the kitchen they just have red tin buckets filled with water in the corners. Smoking is allowed on the boat, on the balconies....Many Chinese people smoke and they don't care where they smoke even in restaurants at the ...
... difficult is the spitting, they have spittoons on the ship, they are filled with sand, I initially thought they were for the smokers. Arrived by bus to the Tribal tour, very picturesque, with the local Chinese (minority group - this is how the Chinese always refer to them) they greeted us with more markets selling their wares and local food...it looked delicious,but when I asked our local guide about whether it was safe - she just said they are not clean people ...
... beautiful. It is 27 miles long.
At 10 am we disembarked the Victoria Anna, and climbed aboard a smaller vessel that would carry us through the picturesque Lesser Gorges, which is located on a tributary of the Yangtze.We didn't really know what to expect on this cruise, but the scenery, especially the Lesser Gorge has been spectacular, as has been the weather.
After lunch we both went out on the sun deck, ...
Our first full day on the cruise began at 5.30 when the tannoy started blaring out ridiculously irritating saxophone Muzak. Given that we'd been out on an excursion until nearly one in the morning, you can imagine how well this went down. They were waking us up for the one outing that we hadn't paid for and the music went on for hours. I was seriously unimpressed to say the least. Eventually managing to drift back off to sleep, we both caught up on some much needed ...
Today we are going to be exploring
the Lesser Three Gorges area. In order to do so, we need to transfer to a
smaller excursion boat because our ship is too big to maneuver there. We left
after breakfast and boarded a cute Chinese style boat with a pagoda roof. It
was a three hour cruise (are you humming the theme song from Gilligan’s
Island?) and was breathtakingly beautiful! The area is lush and green and