Sofitel Forebase Chongqing
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... customers. Eventually, they built an entirely new ship from scratch. Arnold took a year and a half off from Viking, at one point to work for a U.S. investor as he built up his new industry in China. Arnold and his wife worked day and night to make this business work - during the daytime because that worked for Chinese businessmen and at night because that worked for the U.S. trade. However, at one point, as he "sat on the pot in ...
... trip, but after waiting for half an hour or so, we docked beside another large touring boat and then loaded ourselves onto sampans. Twelve or so guests per boat. Alice was our local guide for this boat trip. She was great, although I struggled to understand much of what she said. Dave and I spent most of our time out on the back deck . . I enjoy these views so much more when I am outside! This was an incredible gorge! ...
... laundry. Lots of boats on this river . . Much of their commerce is transported on the Yangtze. The entire town consists of apartment buildings and small stands with people trying to sell their stuff . . Nothing I would be remotely interested in - but I do feel somewhat sad not to be supporting them . . . Wish I liked their goods. .. .
We walked through the town and then crossed over a very wide suspension bridge to climb ...
... of the trip so far, everyone was exhausted and wanted a nice shower and unpack before our private dinner on board. We board The Victoria Anna early where most groups have a dinner in town (to save on expense) - want to bet it’s Chinese food? Then board about 7pm. This gives us a chance to get to know the boat, have a drink in the bar – change cabins or upgrade before others have boarded, get your laundry ready for housekeepers ...
... 000 for a small apartment to buy and the average wage per month is about $1500. There are no push bikes in chongqing as its a very steep hilly city, roads zigzagging up and down hills. There are no restrictions on car ownership In Chongqing, how're you need to be a brave person driving here. We walked to a beautiful park, very hilly of course, but lots of greenery, which is very pleasant in such a concrete city. The Banyan tree is unique to Chongqing, the older ...