Yichang Licheng Shuijing Hotel
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... you many times had the observation deck largely to yourself, as the masses would only appear for a short time as we entered each gorge for their quick picture poses. Unfortunately, due to a combination of weather and my ****** Moroccan black market camera, the photos do not give justice to the scenery along the river. Sharp peaks in the background breaking through the clouds, shear cliff faces, vibrant green hills and random rice terraces, and the occasional Taoist ...
... to think I was in the middle of a country on the other side of the world with no connections to anyone with floor to ceiling windows of a spectacular view. I wondered if they drive boats they way they drive cars...the captain just lays on the horn as he steadily gains on the boat in front of us. I wonder if he expects him to speed up or move over? I skipped the 3 o'clock excursion and went to ...
... on board. We did stop briefly for a
comfort rest and by the time we arrived in Yichang it was getting very late. So
the meal at a restaurant was welcome, but even more welcome after another half
hour drive was arrival at the dock the ship and being finally able to board
Yangtze1 on the Yangtze River and go to bed in our small but comfortable cabin
with everything we need for the next 4 nights– although the beds are very hard!
... Within 1 of the gorges we saw 1 of the famous hanging coffins, over thousand years old and its still unknown how they where put there. For me the most interesting event was at midnight when we witness the ship enter a ships lockment... not 1 but 5! It takes around 4hours to pass through all 5 gates but I belive its the biggest one in the world.. during this time we were speaking too an american man on our ship who had alot of love for engineer, as we floated ...
... some nice views of the valley and river and luckily ended back up at the location of the boats (expected but wasnt sure this would be the case).
Here the stage in the large open shelter had a theatre play going on where people from the boats were watching so I also sat down. Guess this is here to entertain people while others are still walking. Also got to say that lots of places I go to seem to have these small little stage shows. Guess it one way to pass the time ...