Electric Power Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was empty of people. They had had their fill and it was back to their rooms. The morning the next day saw more rain, low cloud and mist. A few went on an "extra" side trip to see the "White Emerald City" but were a little disappointed due to the weather as they couldn't see a lot. I opted out. Too expensive, it was raining, and I have seen enough temples. Then it was through the first of the three gorges (Qutang); the shortest of the 3 gorges (8km). ...
... at every stop) while I ask for the local beer. Invariably it takes some "convincing" that the male does NOT want the beer.
The activities in Yichang have been organised to "kill time" before we head to the boat at 5 pm. The walking starts in earnest after lunch and we begin the touring with a visit to the state owned Sturgeon Breeding Facility. The Yangtze Sturgeon is an impressive fish - it grows to 5 metres (a 6 metre specimen has been found) in length and reaches weights of ...
... and challenging at times. Even so, you'll be happy to hear that I've only eaten McDonald's once and that was in a rush at the Tokyo airport. I was thinking of trying a Big Mac in every country just to have a taste of home and see if they all taste the same. Backpack? The more I travel, the more I'm second guessing having chosen a backpack over a rolling suitcase. The pros and cons are split and I guess it comes down to personal preference. So far, ...
This morning we were up and ready to leave for 5.15, urgh! Not a fan of the early starts! We got a bus to the train station which was about half an hour away then grabbed some breakfast and snacks from a local bakery for the train ride. Might aswell stock up as we were gonna be on the damn thing for 8 hours! I for one couldn't wait to get on the train just to have a rest and hopefully get some sleep. Doing tours are great cos you ...
... heights of the Xiling Gorge region affords. It’s a bit like being sandwiched between two giant rock formations and looking up and seeing both sides of the rocks and the jungle of trees and bushes that cling to the rocks’ edges. Mickell and I both remember “oohing and ahhing” over an amazing water fall when the “stream” (river by Colorado rafting standards) suddenly narrows and the current becomes urgent. So urgent, ...