Holiday Inn Yangtze
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... as we went to a Tibetan dance performance which didn't seem very authentic and the dancers seemed to be more like wannabe K-Pop stars. Although, I will admit the singing was very nice and rhythmic. Later, we headed to the hotel which was pretty gross and I thanked myself again for packing my silk sleeping bag! Another early morning with breakfast at 6am. This time I made sure my phone had the right time and was properly set for 5am - just in case any other surprises should spring ...
... of 33 million) at 1.30 for our flight to Hong Kong. At HK we said goodbye to our friends from the tour as we settled into the airport lounge for our 11.50 pm flight to Melbourne. At last check the flight was delayed by 45 mins. We finally arrived home at 12.30pm on Monday, we had no problems going through customs. It is good to be back home, the bet country in the ...
... far . Very humid , hot and misty and famous for its spicy food. I suppose you have to have some excitement in your life because living on that fog I would imagine would be very depressing. To airport for flight to Shanhhai which was fine . Staying in by far the best hotel although they Yahtzee have all been excellent. This is the crowne plaza and we are with a couple and their adult children who live in Valentine so back to small group travel of ...
Today the shore excursion was in the afternoon to the Fengy Ghost Town, better known as the 'The City of Ghosts'. There were over four hundred stairs to climb as was the case for all the places we visited along the Yangtze River. It was very humid as it had been raining all night. at the markets coming down from the City of Ghosts we bought two dressing gowns, a tee shirt, hat, umbrella and a silk pair of pyjamas (for Ruby). This was a good ...
... to do next. After getting our tickets and standing through the roll call by our guide (she never calls our names though, which makes me feel a bit left out), we climbed up a series of steps to a platform lined with offering boxes and bells. Emily gave the rope a good yank, and with the bells clanging behind us, we set off on the path down to the caves. You descend into a shaded valley, with a stream at the bottom and steep tree-lined slopes, before walking along a path ...