Xia Zhou Hotel
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- Free parking
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... and the mist and cloud made it quite stunning. We continued down stream to the second gorge (Wu) which was even better ( 45km long). On exiting this gorge we stopped off and took a small boat up one of smaller tributary gorges.(Goddest Stream) This was even more spectacular. Very narrow with sheer cliffs rising 800 meters either side. But believe it or not there was still a place there where people lived. Not so many though as most were relocated ...
... With the implementation of the River Project, the upstream spawning and breeding habits were blocked. The species healthy numbers have been maintained by the initiative of the breeding centre. The males are captured to harvest the sperm and the females are taken to the breeding centre and the "black gold" of the female is artificially inseminated. The fingerlings are raised in the centre and then released to the Yangtze.
The facility also feature an adjacent aquarium. Very sad. ...
... I should have brought a suitcase and I may ditch the backpack if I find one that I really like at a great price. The next few weeks are where I think this backpack will shine. Stay tuned! So... Yichang. A quick addition to our trek on our way to Chengdu and a fun time overall. Such a different feel in these so called "small towns" of China. Now it's back to the big city life as we board a 17 hour train to Chengdu in the Sichuan province! Next: Pandas and perhaps ...
... see a lot but it also means you're on the go constantly so any opportunity to have a rest has to be taken! We were all in the same carriage but our beds weren't together so I was sharing with a Chinese family which was fine. The guy lifted my hefty bag onto the shelf for me so he seemed friendly enough. I then climbed onto my bunk in the middle, got my iPod out, snuggled under my duvet then closed my eyes in the hope of ...
... Mickell found himself thrown out of the boat and clinging to the side for dear life. Thankfully so much water had rushed into the boat that it didn’t flip over and stayed relatively low to the water’s surface making it easy for Mickell to get back in. We both knew, at that point, that we were in for one rough, exhilarating ride down the mountain. Indeed, it was to be three straight hours of amazing Class III and Class IV rapids. After we took ...