Treasure Harbour International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we visit the Yangtze River and Tiger Leaping Gorge, apparently named after the tiger that escaped the hunters by leaping at the gorge's narrowest part. Breakfast is more relaxed as the rude Chinese appear to have head off early today. We are greeted by Sharon at the hotel. She presents Kate with a beautiful pink pashmina scarf as an early birthday present. Yesterday she asked Kate her favourite colour. She has been so thoughtful and kind. We head off for our ...
... browsing the many shops and stalls that line this huge maze of old streets. So many things amuse us, especially the 'lost in translation' signs, our favourite being "E-intestine package" for a type of sausage - not one that we'll be sampling! We are also very surprised how vain many of the young Chinese women are. They are constantly looking at themselves in mirrors, taking selfies on the mass of selfie sticks around the place. At the extreme end they pay ...
... impact Kate's movie star status! Ian notices how fresh the fish dishes are when a local couple select a fish from the tank, it is lifted out, bashed on the head and then immediately sent to the kitchen for the fish man to fillet. You cannot get fresher than that! We head back to the **************tails in the bar. The influence of mobiles is clear in the bar as four generations of the same family sit next to us and all are fixed to their phones. The Chinese are obsessed by their ...
... in a room with so many westerners since we left home.) Before the concert began the Australians were declaring boorishly that "this is going to be an endurance test" and "first one to close their eyes buys the drinks" and the like. By the end they seemed to have undergone a road to Damascus moment and were promising to come back next year.
As the orchestra leader said, unfortunately not many Chinese people are interested in things like the Naxi Orchestra and other ...
... noodle soups in earthenware dishes and seasoned them himself with absolute precision and care. Most noodle shops leave the customer to slop on soy sauce, chilli, coriander, pickled vegetables, spring onions, et cetera, but at least for our dishes the cook did it himself. We also ordered a local dish of fried cheese (served with a spicy powdery dip) that was very, very nice, but the hot oil splashed into the cook's eyes when he was cooking it, so we felt ...