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I would have given this a 5 star rating except for the lack of wifi.
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After our spiritually uplifting, much too short time in Tibet, we flew back to China, to Chongqing to meet and board our cruise ship, our home for the next three days. I did not want to leave Tibet, to leave Yarpel, our guide and teacher. Tibet is unique; it pulls you in and thumps you on the head, challenging you to breathe, to regain the normal functioning of your body, to wonder what will happen to this ...
... economic zone. Tiananmen Square lasted from March to June 5th. Government felt like they had done well for China and didn't want to ruin things :-). So - they brought in the military and put an end to the revolt.
Now - China is the worlds biggest importer and second biggest exporter. Also biggest oil importer. 80 million people are working in private business now. Long network of high speed trains. Goes 268 miles per ...
... be able to participate today! Yea . . .
Just returned from the visit to the dam. Misty. Rainy. But reasonably warm . . Need to look for the positives. It appears that they rarely see the sun here. Another positive was Susan - our local tour guide. She was adorable and spoke wonderful English! She works for the tourism company that promotes the dam . . She says she is often called the "dam guide" but prefers ...
... what is happening here and a whole lot of compassion for the Tibetans and their lot in life . . . I hope they don't completely lose their identity with so much "progress . . ."
We stopped along the way to visit the Chongqing Zoo. June 1st is National Children's Day in China. No school. Gifts for the kids. Lots of families took their children to visit the zoo - along with us. We couldn't board the ship until 4:30 so ...
... take a deep breath. Then sit down to a quiet tasty dinner.
Our cruise director Marion was another gracious person to work with. We find there are discrepancies in the itinerary our company and her company have. We tried to understand what is supposed to be included for the group. Some surely left to interpretation. Boarding early gave us the extra time to work this out before she is pulled a hundred different ways by ...