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... told us the saying in China is... you will go to Beijing and regret you are such low political standing (because of all the high-ranking government officials there).... you will go to Shanghai and regret how poor you are (because of all the expats living Shanghai, it is very expensive to live/eat in Shanghai)... and you will go to Chongquing and regret you already got married. Ha
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... to witness the giant gates open, and close, and observe our dramatic descent as we shared the space with another cruise ship and several barges. After the first descent, we called it a night as we were expected to be up even earlier than usual to tour the Three Gorges Dam itself via a park constructed for tourists and viewing. The Dam has been in operation since 2003, built at a cost of approximately 60 billion dollars; it is a source of electricity as well as making the ...
... theme' and have created a tourist attraction through which we were all herded?it was a series of manufactured tunnels containing poor quality models of people being tortured or maimed by demons with, quite frankly, hilarious expressions. Some people seemed to be 'genuinely' frightened by the whole thing???? It was certainly disturbing - I'll give them that! Completely weird and bizarre! Anyway, this thrilling visit left barely ...
... how it works if I come across it again before I leave China. I also came across these silly stands where you can dress up like Tibetans and take pictures. I resisted about 3 times but then Chun May needed to buy a coat and I was lured in. I decided to go for it and play dress up because when am I going to do this again and it was only 80 yuan about $13USD...why not! Chun May played photographer and snapped away! She also convinced the people running the place to let me try ...
... to China that allowed supplies to reach them and so defeat the Japanese. His work with the Chinese was so revered that Chongqing decided to make his residence into a museum. We next went to an old building in the older part of Chongqing. David and Greg went in with Lisa and were taken around for almost an hour by a guide. There were displays of life in early times, a statue of King Yu (he united many of the tribal groups of China) and an important ...