Motel 168 (Yichang Fazhan Avenue)
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... the cliff side (which we always encountered at dusk, so my pictures didn't come out). My diet during this time largely consisted of instant noodles, supplanted by monotonous fish during port calls. By the end I was craving just about anything else. Being a Chinese tourist boat, the port calls were for tourist reason. As I only bartered for the boat passage, not the full tourist package, I got to choose what I wanted to do. And I generally avoided the tourist excursions, ...
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Wŭ. The amount of yuan I have to spend times at least eight or nine for bottles of water (about cents) because it is so hot (about 60 ...
I was up and out early again at 7am in Chongqing, but had some trouble finding a taxi to get me to the bus station. I think I might have just missed out on the 8.20 bus by the time I queued for my ticket, so I had to take the 9.20 bus instead. That was OK - according to the guide it was a 3 hour bus ride to Wanshou, then a 6 hour ferry ride to Yichang. I had a list of hotels there I could stay in. There were no hostels, but after weeks of dorms and train berths, a hotel room would be ...
... huge mechanical gates and this american guy getting deep about the 'sheer mechanical knowledge' required to produce such equipment.. even Lee was getting deep into it haha, it was very interesting to see but no doubt I felt like i was in a episode of 'Mega structures with comentry, my dad would of loved it!
with only a couple hours sleep we wake up to visit the worlds largest hydroeletrical dam. The cruise ended in Yichang, were we got of and ...
... more beer in order to find the Karaoke amuzing and I had given up on a cold beer...
Day three was... yes you guessed it.. more viewing of the Yangzi river, we learnt a bit of Ma Jiang which was fun and then disembarked to visit the Ghost city..
It was 38 degrees and it was all up stairs and up hill.. It was 4 hours past lunch but after 1 hour of this I felt my lunch was coming back to haunt me.. two girls ...