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So today we start our Yangtze cruise. We have a lazy morning, we arrived late last night so Leo suggested we opt out of the optional morning tour (which was an extra cost) as it was quite strenuous.
After the flight, time loss and hectic schedule it was wonderful just to laze about in the sunshine.
When the tours returned at lunchtime we headed off towards the Three Gorges Dam site. The sail was wonderful there ...
... s what I've noticed in Sichuan: there's so many small, ugly dogs (something I like to say in chinese: see-ao cho-u go-u)! The people seem to have a fetish with them here, and in this particular village, all of the dogs yapped all night long. Dad would have hated it here!
In the morning, I went for a stroll and encountered some very serene countryside. My visit to Shangli was definitely one worth remembering.
... its policies. All past literature, art, musical instruments, clothing, furniture...was destroyed or confiscated. Beauty or comfort was not to be desired. It was a weakness of western imperialism and a direst result of capitalism and its poison to the people. The only artworks allowed were propaganda posters or flyers of the revolution and all music, songs, theatre and opera reflected the glory of Mao and the party. Porcelain was one of the ...
Our only reason for visiting Emei town was to climb a mountain. Emei Shan stands at 3099m at its peak. We climed to the Golden Summit which is at 3077. Day 1 - we left at 8am roughly and I am embarassed to say that we only started on the mountain proper at about 9am.....we got lost trying to find the start.......<blush> The mountain climb consists of steps. Thousands of them! It was really ...
... and outside the old town environs and very distinctive in their traditional clothing of blue, white, red and black. The old town is delightful and has a timeless feel as you walk along the narrow, cobbled alleyways, walls of mud brick and wooden doors. All the shops along the walkways use wooden shutters to front their premises; these are all removed and stacked along the alleyways during the day. If you get up early in the morning ...
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