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arrived on board, we discovered that more than half of the people on the cruise
had been delayed several hours in Shanghai due to weather! They eventually
arrived that evening, but had missed the museum completely. Dinner was tasty
and we ordered from 5 choices on the menu. I had a lemon sole with a lovely
sauce and Dale had some pork ribs. We dined with the Aussies from our group.
... under control! In the afternoon we met up with Chris, Jin's cousin, whom many of you met while he was getting a master's degree in the US. He's now back in China and doing an internship in Wuhan at China Construction Bank.
Our stay in Wuhan was brief but it was great to see Chris, tour the campus of Wuhan University, and look around another major Chinese city!
We departed Shanghai yesterday morning bound for the medium sized city of Wuhan (population of 9 million) of the Hubei province. This was where we would begin our cruise up the Yangtze River. Before we boarded our vessel, our group stopped at the museum of the Tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng. This tomb dated back to over 2,500 years ago and was uncovered in the late 1970's. The most remarkable part of the tomb's discovery was the well preserved nature of all ...
... some 600,000 cars a year - Citroens, Hondas, It is also a big university town with some 84 colleges and universities with a focus on IT.
We had lunch at a Tibetan styled restaurant, which was quite pretty with the wait staff wearing interesting costumes, but the food was fairly similar to what we have had elsewhere, but good.
Then back on the bus to get to the cruise boat. Arrived at around 4:15 in hot sunny weather. Boat is quite similar to the Viking ...
... on a rock wall probably 200 feet up a vertical wall, leaving everyone to wonder how they ever got the coffins up there. Wild monkeys live in the gorge and are quite willing to accept a peanut from any passerby. There was some spectacular scenery in the gorge. Too bad I can only show a few of the photographs. This is a very ...