Guo Bin Garden Hotel
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... people cannot park their cars in the narrow streets, so they don't want them. During the Olympics the government demolished many houses, and saved around 100 ancient ones. They compensated the occupants very well and put them into apartments. The only way the owners of the remaining ancient houses will get their value is if the Government buys them. However the owners will never sell. There were around 15 family members living in the house which consists of wings (separate) ...
... The whole area is staged, with various people popping out to play a flute, sing a song, wave from a junk, but the area is incredibly beautiful - lots of bamboo, greenery, clear water in the river, very peaceful. After a walk up to the falls, we went down to an area where they had a "wedding" of one of the village girls to one of the visitors who was dressed up in traditional costume. THe whole dialogue was in Chinese (thats who most of ...
... were a blur, but basically Yichang is a very hilly city on the edge of the Yangtze River. It clings to the edge of the water and up steep hills and mountains rising up from the water.
We got off the bus for me to buy a train ticket to my next city Chongqing, and new mobile phone simcard as the one I'd bought from Shenzhen had finally run out of credit. By the time we got back on the bus I was exhausted.
Forty minutes later we were off the bus and walked ...
... myths and stories about ghosts, hell, devils etc.
Every night after our dinner we are entertained in the upstairs bar by the very qualified staff. They have to be multi skilled to work on this boat. We have seen some great shows.
Our last day Sunday 27 May, and we have arrived in Chonqing. All packed ready to go at 7.30am. The porter has to carry our bags using long pole over his shoulers and ropes, along a floating footpath. Then on his ...
... As the bus continued on to our next stop, one of the Swiss boys serenaded us with Norah Jones’s “Sunrise” As great as this imagine is, he didn’t quite know the words so it was more along the lines of “Sunrise, sunrise dad-da-da-da-da in your eyes…” much to our amusement! Driving past the stunning karst hills that were illuminated by the early morning sun, we had a 5 hour bus journey to look forward to and then a sleeper train! Wine, ...