Wanzhou International Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... lunch. Chongquig is a beautiful city. It had more high rise office buildings than we've ever seen. All the major store chains and hotels were there as well. While exploring we came across a Buddhist Temple, street vendors, businesses selling foods we had never seen before. We even across a woman carrying two bags on a pole. The bags had holes cut into them so her chickens and ducks could have their heads sticking through. I guess ...
... fluctuates so much throughout the year, there are steps from the road to the town down to where our dock was. These are cement steps with no railings but are very wide. We happened to be visiting at low water time so we climbed up those stairs to get to our bus.
Our host was fine with the move. He was paid for his land and house and was given new land, although it was about half the size of his previous farm. His house on the bank was 2000 sq. ft. ...
We arrived at the city of Shibaozhai early in the morning. Shibaozhai Pagoda stands upon a single, steep mountain on the bank of the river. During flooding season, the single peak becomes an island and as a result, we crossed a long swinging bridge to reach the pagoda. Without savvy engineering, the pagoda would have been flooded by the new Yangtze River. Tall, medieval looking walls ...
... They cannot grow rice because they have relatively no flat land or the proper conditions. (and there's the longevity tea, of course, attractively packaged and available for sail right on the boat!) I gotta admit, these people DO look very young! Wushan are also known for liking their food spicy and are famous for their hot pot. Angel tells us the young women like to be known as the "Spice Girls". When we go to our destination, the ...
... had constructed concrete steps, so the climb down was much more manageable . One of the legends of the Temple concerns the duck well at the top of the hill. The story goes that you can drop a duck down the well at the top of the hill and it will come out swimming in the Yangtze at the bottom! Making my very sweaty way back with Stan, we crossed through the town......Hello? cheap!!...and tried not to APPEAR too interested in the wares, ...