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Today we were up earlier than usual, as our tour to the Three Gorges Dam, locks and hydroelectric plant was scheduled to leave the ship at 7:45 am. The magnitude of the project is mind boggling. There are two locks, each side by side. Each lock had five levels, and each level holds four ships. Besides the locks, an elevator is now being constructed that will hold smaller ships, and so cut down on the 3 1/2 ...
Before we came to Thailand, we were worried about the political protests going on here, and that was the reason we only stayed one night in Bangkok before flying down to Krabi when we arrived. Over the last three weeks we talked to plenty of tourists who had been to Bangkok, and they all said it was fine, except one couple who had been at Protest Central when a bomb went off. Everyone else said ...
... like the city of Chengdu (on my itinerary to visit two weeks later) was planning? I hope so.
With my work done and belly full but a night still young (11pm), I decided to hit the town. After going into a truly bizarre nightclub of young Chinese who were ONLY there to play drinking games before being dragged out, I ended up at Mooks -a fairly westernised nightclub which was a melting pot of ex-pats from all over the World and some phat beats. It was a lot of fun.
Bed at 2am. ...
... word but with a different tone. Makes sense for me but is difficult to keep in mind. Suddenly learning a language is getting a new dimension – not only learning the word but also the tone. The writing I will not do. My goal is to speak with a taxi driver or going shopping but not to write down words. Much too complicated for me although the writing looks like a beautiful mystery. But except for a few characters that I know recognize that ...
... The South Building was built as the Palace Hotel and is today the Swatch Art Peace Hotel . The two buildings both face the Bund, but are divided by the famous Nanjing Road, arguably the busiest street in Shanghai. Built in 1926 as the Sasoon House and later known as the Cathay Hotel, it welcomed distinguished guests from all over the world, including politicians, ...