Xiazhou Yinhai Lijing Hotel
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This was a day which never ended!
It was Martin’s 70th so we congratulated him and then got
off the boat and headed for the Chongquing Zoo by coach to see the famous
Pandas which didn’t disappoint. There were many small enclosures each with a
hungry Panda sitting on a raised platform munching bamboo. That’s all they do
apparently just eat and sleep - much like our koalas.
We then saw some fish which were housed in ...
... but still delicious!) pizza, but they also had plenty of other things from corn on the cob to escargot.
It's always interesting what you find written in English at Walmart. I have attached some pictures of notebooks, including the one "watch out, we got a badass over here" Neil Degrasse Tyson meme that says "good good study , day day up!" hahahah I also saw a woman wearing a shirt that said "LOOKING FOR MY MR. BIG." haha. I wonder ...
This was our first experience of a group tour - we had to be lassoed with the cruise lanyard, be responsible for our own tickets and march along in orderly lines. Oh dear, we have been spoiled in our first week by our "friendly" private guides.
We were herded to a large ferry as part of Lisa's dozen - she referred to us as her family! We made hasty introductions to our new tour mates including visitors from the US and Singapore. Heavy and ...
... me with concern. I levelled with them. I couldn't pretend any longer. "I am a little sick, and perhaps need to lay down to rest for awhile. "
With that I was hurried into a bedroom and instantly fell asleep. It was what I needed, but my opportunity to see the dam was closing quickly...
I woke and instantly looked at my watch. 2pm! I jumped up feeling much better, feeling relieved that I
a) Felt quite a lot better
... of nature to this world made from concrete and the Silver Sky Book sculpture relating the story of the project. Moving around to the other side of the hill, the dam wall seemed to go on forever, being 2.3 kilometres long. Nearby the dam wall is the towering elevator, slowly reaching its completion. On the wide plaza near the dam wall, is a quirky sculpture of two screwdrivers, along with the row of stalls selling souvenirs and a shop selling ...