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... Jim was suddenly interested in this procedure and got dressed in order to take pictures from the top of the ship. I stayed on the balcony and after the first lock decided that I needed my beauty sleep.
About 8:00 am we docked at the "Three Gorges Dam Site" where we took an interesting tour of the whole area. In order to see the whole Tree Gorges Dam Project, we had ...
... to describe, I think you will just have to wait for the photos for this one! WIFI is very poor as the gorges are so deep, sorry you will get four days in one just as soon as we get to Chongching or Chengdu. So I'll close today ss blog by wishing our Dale a veryHappy 34th Birthday . Sorry we are not with you but i ts way exciting here! ...
Yesterday we packed up our bags and left the Peninsula Hotel. Before leaving for the airport we visited a local hutong and rode around the narrow lanes in a rickshaw. A hutong is a traditional Chinese community.
We had another banquet lunch, then left for the airport to take an internal flight to Yichang. After a two hour flight we boarded a bus for a 40 minute drive to meet up with the Yangtze Explorer, arriving at about 7.30pm. We had a late dinner then toddled off to bed. ...
... 40 minutes for each stage and was amazing to see the water mark on the side of the lock whilst watching the top of the Cruise ship rise on the other side, then the gates slowly opening to allow the boats to pass through.
They are currently building a lift for boats. This won't take the tourist boats!
One of our table companions Chen Yanjie, a Chinese American, said that the locks are really most interesting but most of the ...
... cross this off the list of sights seen in China. Especially since Bonnie and Rachel had to catch a flight to Shanghai shortly after.
Yichang has been a nice relaxing break from our usual routine in China. In Xian we rushed to fit in as much as we could. In Wuhan we were herded around constantly, albeit with many breaks. In Yichang we got to call the shots and decided where to go and when.