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... allowing for safer navigation. This enormous project crucial for industrial China is still the subject of much controversy. The vast reservoir created by the dam forced the relocation of 1.5 million people and cities, and countless of artefacts have been submerged underwater forever. Since the former fast flowing river is now replaced by a huge pool of polluted water which has killed off numerous species of fish, the environmental effects are also tremendous. The Dam ...
... to find somewhere to eat before we returned to our own hell hole! We spent the remainder of the afternoon and evening watching the Goonies followed by Legally Blonde. Look away if you're squeamish! The photo's aren't nice. Forgot to add, the first thing I did was check the life jackets (that's how bad it was), and we had four. However, our neighbour's life jackets were locked away!!! No lifeboats!!!!!!!!!! The trip was definitely ...
... day and I was really glad I booked this tour even with my reservations. Plus, the hotel I am in tonight is 200 times better than the one yesterday. I think its brand new...still no towel or toilet paper but at least I packed those. Everything looks clean and new! Another early breakfast at 5:30am so I'd better get to bed. This time I know for sure I have to pack as tomorrow I will be back at the Flip Flop Hostel! I hope Richard is there so I can give him a tip for all his ...
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One random night during that week Bill called me up. Bill is probably my best English student and is a pretty good friend. We had both already eaten but he wanted to go for a walk because he likes to walk after eating. He says its healthy and I can’t disagree. So I thought we were going for a 20 minute walk which happened to turn into an hour and half walk. We headed to Chongbai, Hechuan’s city center, which is ...
... to "slam" the ball on my opponent. I don't really need that against my Chinese opponents, though, because spins confuse the hell out of them. They're in love with the speed of the ball; when Alexi or I slow it down with a spin, they don't know how to react. They enjoy getting in a rhythm, a fast one, which makes them look awesome. However, the second you put a spin on it, they **** themselves. I've found a few people who also spin, though the general population here seems to just ...