Yichang Licheng Shuijing Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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One of the highlights of the Yangtze cruise, so we're told, is when we sail "over" the dam. We have to go through 5 ship locks and it takes around 3 hours for us to drop the 100 or so metres from above the dam to below it. I hear the first ship lock around 1am with the bang, clatter, squeal and creak of the gate closing behind our boat. I open the curtains and see a wall about 5m away. 30 minutes later and ...
... him with the Chinese Windex, and it was just enough to confuse him into stumbling out from underneath the cabinet. I seized the opportunity to smash the unfortunate creature with my shoe. Goodbyeeee Earrrrllll.* I felt so bad. I only crushed him enough to get him to not run. As he lay on his back dying (I **** you not), his antennae twitched, which is normal, but he picked up just his left front leg and moved it up and down as if he were ...
... I managed to get a room by myself when I was meant to share so happy about that. Many things were also an extra cost; right down to bottles of water, internet, some side trips etc. (and all priced way over the top) But nothing too drastic - I also expected that so took a few beers along with me!!!! Quite a big boat ( takes about 300 people) but no real facilities - only a gym, heath stuff and a bar. And souvenir shops of course. Sailed over night and ...
... my jacket behind. Twenty minutes later we realised it was missing and went to retrieve it and it was GONE. A few tears, trips up and down the decks, reporting to lost property, checking with our new Malaysian friends...turned up nothing. Eventually, I remembered I had hung the jacket behind the door in the loo...so we raced back upstairs and there it was! A victory dance with all and sundry ... And have now cemented new friendships with an ever expanding circle ...
... a nice community feel to it and it was nice to just chill out and doze off and on.
The train turned up and I boarded my 4-person sleeper cabin. Yes it was an overnight train - surprisingly, the first I'd taken. And yes it was a slow train. About 100km/h as it threaded through and around even bigger mountains in the night. But I slept comfortably for almost the entire 10 hour journey to my next destination, Chongqing (population 29 million. Yes - I said twenty. nine. ...