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... leave for 15 or 20 minutes, just to stretch their legs, get off the boat and be released into the greater outdoors. So the first morning, while most of the rest of our group was at a meeting, I released the Victoria Anna from being my keeper and took a free shore leave. We were docked in Fengdu; all I wanted was to run across the pontoon bridges and up the steep steps to the road above, just to see what was ...
Our Last Day on the Yangtze
The sun is trying very hard to burst through the fog. Funny to look down the row of balconies and see people coming out of the woodwork! Had lots of interruptions in our CNN watching today . . . Anytime there is mention of the anniversary of Tiananmen Square, the screen immediate goes blank. Today, there was a story about a huge breach of information in the U.S. for which the Chinese government ...
... with my poor tum tum). Skipping cocktail hour and dinner tonight and hoping for a better day tomorrow . . . Oh well . . I'd rather miss stuff here than in Tibet. . I was pretty good there . .
I did go to the dam talk this afternoon . . . Pretty interesting. Here are a few facts . . .This dam is gravity loaded.
The Chinese first considered building a dam in 1919 . . Then again in the middle of ...
... area on your own but the impact of a tour guide bringing the intricate fables and points of faces, animals, actions of the Buddha’s all to life, makes an impressive difference to this visit. At one point you could have missed a reclining Buddha had she not pointed it out. All in the paradigm.
We were getting anxious now as I could feel the anticipation of the group members wanting to be on the boat, in their cabins. After ...
... Shopping area receives over 7,000 people in their doors per day - to look and play with the gadgets - the younger generation is fascinated with technology. Most Chinese, however, cannot afford an iPhone.
Kamie and I were sick of Chinese food. We saw McDonalds and had no shame. Kamie ordered a Big Mac. (He said it tasted just like a normal Big Mac - no surprises). I ordered a Chicken sandwich. We both got fries - and COKES (nothing ...