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... no walk so far has been free from a cable car, tour bus or Luton airport-sized ticket hall and there is often a sense that nature has been "conquered" through engineering. This makes for a frustrating but also a fascinating experience, providing a small glimpse into the way that Chinese tourism is being developed. This has inspired our aforementioned detour into some lesser travelled parts of Sichuan. Given how little mandarin we've mastered, we might be some ...
... br> Quick Costa coffee and hot chocolate while giving Cian and Des a call. Takes a while for Miriam's phone to ring, but we reach them eventually. They are at the shopping mall that we had been in earlier today. Metro it is. While walking to the subway station we have some made up tunes and some strange looks from the Chinese going on, hahah we don't blame them! Scary crossroads which we ran across and we are on our way.
At the hotel they warned ...
... br> When we first arrived into Josie's (former) room, all her friends were playing a group game and all got up and ran to her as she did to them. It was heartwarming to see - but also sad.
The other sad part of the day of course, was making the final goodbyes - to staff and all the individuals whom have loved our daughter for these past two years. Many tears again from the staff and from Josie as well.
... of the longest seat-trip I've ever embarked in (sleeping seated with a 100+ kg guy leaning on you, isn't fun. I guarantee you that it is not Bill Withers you think about!!). The atmosphere was something similar to taking "La Freccia del Sud" with three important exceptions: the train was always on time, the crew cleaned on a regular schedule (also cause the garbage production of the local is massive and goes directly from hand to floor), and the railway employee ...
Now you will continue to Chongqing to visit the Giant Panda before board your 3-night cruise
down the Yangtze. Sail through its picturesque Gorges, and tour the Three Gorges
Dam site, coming to understand why the Yangtze has been China's lifeline for
Before the 20th century, rugged mountains would have virtually ...