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... apartments and washing hanging out to dry. However, we were not to linger long in Chongqing as the main purpose of our journey was in fact to board the Oriental Emperor Boat to cruise down the Yanksee river for three days. Provisions were needed first though! A couple of the Great Wall of China bottles of red wine were purchased, alongside some Chinese snacks for the trip. Boarding the boat my first impressions were definitely mixed. A nice lobby area greeted us but ...
... We also visited a rice field where the grain had already been harvested and the stalks were being gathered into small stookes and then into larger mounds. This was stored for feed for the water buffalo. Next we stopped at the Dragon River. This was a very popular spot . There was a huge number of bamboo rafts (with colourful umbrellas) that were being paddled around on the river. A bridge spanned the river and had a slight drop from the upstream to the downstream ...
... which was great as I now had a brown dress instead of a blue one and I didn't really want a smelly brown dress ^^ We then got to go into a kind of hot spring, I don't know how natural it was but it was nice being warm and not muddy. The hot spring was the end of the tour so once I was sufficiently warm and pruny I get out and try my best to squish my dress off water before we take a soggy motorbike back to our hostel. Once back ...
... make the leap. He attempted to get down to one of the lower cliffs on several
attempts, but it was decided the safest bet was for him to jump, as climbing
back down would have been too dangerous. After roughly 10 minutes, the three of
us were getting quite tired of treading water, and Matt let out a shrill and
made the plummet down to the water. Heading back to the bank we sat and chatted
for a bit and watched the sunset. The manager and two of the team had
... in 1997, bit of history for you there. But you can see how westernised it is. It's like a concotion of Chinese and British culture thrown in to a bowl mixed up with a splash of very hot, humid weather. The transportation is brilliant and enough to put Britain to shame being very efficient and cheap. The streets are very clean, the shops are amazing and the people...oh my god the people are so very friendly. As mentioned on a numerous previous occasions in ...