Three Gorges Dongshan Hotel
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... trying to teach me did the same thing. The more we repeated things, the more aggressive our hand movements got--partly because we were speaking faster, but I think mostly from frustration. haha.
Halloween here was fun, but not much different than regular days. I had to go to my tenth grade class's Halloween party at school, so I dressed up as a witch (That's really the only option I had). They didn't really dress up. Some of them wore capes or ...
... to buy hats, caps, books, maps, beer and drinks etc. We boarded a bus for a 20 minute trip across a suspension bridge to a centre housing a model of the complex which included the dam and locks. The dam was commenced in 1985 and completed in 2003 at a cost of $US30 billion. This included compensation to those villages whose houses were submerged. It was built to control the volume of the river water ...
... very different view to preservation of their history than most other cultures. Next stop, a walk through the food markets in Yichang.....very interesting , lots of vegetables that I didn't recognise, and some huge cucumbers, about 30cm in diameter, black furry eggs, chicken feet and gizzards, eels, worms, fish heads and other things that I would get a can of spray out and kill not eat. One lady was cooking a pigs hind quarter leg and trotter with a blow ...
What was I doing in Yichang (population 4 Million)? The city was a long way from China's solar manufacturing hubs of Jiangsu, Guangdong and Zhejiang - and did not have an Eco-City being built or even planned (as far as I knew...). Apart from calling in to say hi to my friend Andy, the title says it all. But the day had some challenges...
I felt **** as I dragged myself down to the hotel restaurant for breakfast at 7.30am - But at least I was hungry. There was ...
Eventually, our lazy days on the Yangtze had to come to an end at Yichang. What a DAM shame! And so it was! The ‘Three Gorges Dam’. As mentioned yesterday, the Gezhouba lock, upstream from Yichang, was our initiation to the locks we would be seeing, when we visited the Three Gorges Dam. When woken by the noise at 1.30a.m. this morning, it was a MUST to view the process involved in with a vessel passing a lock. What a spectacular sight! ...