Yichang Licheng Shuijing Hotel
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... started vomiting on one of my group members crying out “I need a hospital”. Could anything else happen here? I saw Suzanne’s shocked look on her face and was too far away for her to yell out to me what was happening. Someone moved in the aisle of the aircraft and I saw what was happening. The sad part? The tour manager for that group did nothing to help her out. We wanted the doors closed on that plane and to get out of here, ...
... more impressive. I do however find amusement in the man trying to fish at the bottom of the dam. He's damned and determined with three rods on the go. Hopefully he'll catch some good dinner and not a Simpson's mutant fish!!
To end on a slightly funnier note I've included a couple of photos of signs from some local washroom facilities that appear to have been lost in translation!!
... and apps on people's smartphones, I was able to have some type of communication. On the plus side to being the only foreigner, I was always invited into cabins to share food and, additionally, there were always people making sure I made it back onto the boat when we pulled into ports on the river. The first port of call was Fengjie and White Emperor Town. This was historically important from the 3 Kingdoms Period (circa 200-300 AD) as some important battles were ...
... home lack visual aids) and take it as just another one of those places they happened to stop. And it was, but it has been fascinating for picking up on things we don't normally pay attention to on our long touring days or living on a college campus.
As Andy alluded to, the area of Yichang we were staying did not have the same amount of quality of street food we'd grown accustomed to in China. Yet as I was wandering for the chance of better cuisine, I noticed several large ...
We got our real wake-up call an hour later and were ushered off the train (only 10 minutes at each stop) at 5:30AM. Unfortunately our journey wasn't over. We boarded a private transfer for the 3 hour ride to Yangshou. While everyone else slept, I enjoyed the beautiful countryside. This was the first time we were in a "small" Chinese city (only 300,000 people)! The limestone hills were magnificent and were a great foreshadowing to the beautiful city of ...