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... other than the cabin, so that's where we sat. This trip was memorable, but for all the wrong reasons. The restaurant, we discovered, sold flied rice (i.e.: the rice had flies in it). We had already decided not to eat in the restaurant owning to the overall level of cleanliness of the ship. I later saw the cleanliness of the kitchen and knew that my initial instinct had been accurate. At the end of our first full day on the boat ...
... They're really friendly though and just seemed very intrigued by us. One table came over and toasted us so we went over to theirs and toasted them too which they loved. It was quite amusing and in the last few days I've seen such a different side to these people; they can laugh at themselves and enjoy having a bloody good time so they're not that different to us in that respect. The party continued upstairs where they were lovng the karaoke. I have to say I did ...
... and wondered around a pretty damn rural village for a while. Definitely the most stares I've ever gotten, and also got plenty of laughs. They knew I wasn't trying to be there. Thankfully, I passed a taxi van with the characters of Ma'an, and grabbed the guy quickly. He told me it was the equivalent of .30 cents, so I took it. Successful drive to Ma'an, although I had an unsuccessful conversation with the man because he couldn't understand my pronunciation of "Hechuan". ...
... Lidu where Michaela and Kelsey live, we unpacked and got settled in. We were starving, so we got some absolutely fantastic food, as always in China. The first day we just chilled out since it was late, but the following day (Sunday?--I don't know, vacation does that), we decided to head into the actual city of Fuling, originally searching for the underwater museum, where you can see parts of the old city that used to be populated before the dam was built. After the dam, ...
... the river suspended from each end of a thick bamboo pole.
The vast majority of visitors use Chongqing as a base for beginning or ending a cruise along the Yangzi, and we were two of many such visitors. After our surprise in hearing that our cheap hostel digs would pick us up from the station, we were greeted at the station by a driver holding a sign bearing our names, making us feel rather more important than we, perhaps, really were. A slow, traffic-choked journey ...