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... to work off some of my energy. I was given 15 minutes, and it was enough. The pontoon bridges were (to me) beautiful; it was fun to walk and bounce my way along to the other side, and then, of course, back again. My mood and spirit were refreshed; I didn't mind being on the boat again after that little break.
That afternoon we went to visit a relocation family; as the Yangtze River was dammed, ...
... all at once . . .
China. 1.4 billion people. 1/6 of the population in the world. Slightly larger than US.
Tibet is very dry. Middle of the county - lots of gorges and mountains. Only the plateau near the river is good territory for people to live .
Chairman Mao was the most important political figure for many years in China. During his reign he was also the leader of the military. There is also a Premier, who ...
... different countries helped to fund this project; there were some loans from commercial banks; and the local folks were charged a little more for their electricity . . . This extra tariff has not gone away. :-).
At this point in time, there is no charge to go through these locks but the process takes 3 1/2 hours. You have to make a reservation. And then they assign you a time slot . .There are five locks and ...
... that the altitude becomes more of an issue in Lhasa because there is not much vegetation.
The political situation is something else - I need to learn more about the facts . What I saw was uniformed Chinese watching and watching - no matter where you were. (Not allowed to photograph these folks or you might lose your camera!). These officers were often young boys, sometimes girls - occasionally smiling but mostly ...
... Calcutta and Burma over the Himalayas and into Chongquing. The runway was on an island on the river here. General Stilwell surely lived in a, then, luxurious lifestyle. Through history military, politicians, heads of countries and royalty have always lived this way. The streets of squalor were and are right at their back door.
Chongquing is also known for their spicy Szechuan food and hotpots. The humidity here takes your breath ...