Guobin Peninsula Hotel
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... It was scary walking out to the platform to get us ready. They had us sit so they could put the velcro straps on our ankles. The chairs were tilted backward, so it felt like you were just going to fall off. My friend went first, and the guy untied her boots so he could put the straps lower on her ankles. Right when we started talking about how she was going to lose her shoes, he taped them to her feet before. Well, that took care of that problem. We were ...
... she taught me some Chinese. I can finally count to 10! haha. Oh, and I saw some funny English shirts! A baby had pants on that said "sweet cheeks" on the butt, and a guy (an adult) was wearing a shirt that just said "Flowers and Palm Leaves." Cool shirt, bro! Something else I noticed about clothes here is that the babies don't wear diapers, and they wear ******less pants. A lot of the little girls wear dresses, so you can't really tell. I notice though when I just saw a little ...
Morning trip on a small boat to the Goddess Stream in the Gu Gorge, a tributary of the Yangtze River. The boat took us to an isolated valley with steep mountain sides with nobody living near the water. Our guide walks the twenty minutes down from her village on the top of the mountain, two hours walk back up the precipitous sides home! No roads link her village, only the river. The wooded hillsides are homes to wild boar, ...
... so it's all good. Then we get ferried back onto the dragon boats back to our main boat. I spend the last few hours on the main boat on the top deck again, getting my last fill of being on a boat floating down the river. In the afternoon I say goodbye to Graham for a bit as he's doing the afternoon tour of the Three Gorges Dam while I head straight to Yichang. We get to Yichang quite early; if I had known I would probably have booked my train ticket ...
... that was a sign she was not interested. If she quoted a low price, then the match was on. Brian managed to get some pictures of a Macaque monkey but I didn't see it - since he took 200 picture on this morning, I am sure I will get to see it!
Then back to the boat for lunch and launching. After lunch, I had a nap as I am coming down with the cold that is making its way through our group. But at 2, we were off on a tour to the actual ...