Ship loaded with coal next to us in the locks.
Three Gorges Dam (in the fog).
In other words, don't climb over the fence and fall off the cliff.
This morning we finished going through the locks and disembarked from a delightful cruise. We had a tour of the Three Gorges Dam--the world's largest dam site (haha) and hydroelectric power project. Our bus ride to the airport in Wuhan was about 4.5 hours, but the countryside was lovely. Spring has sprung and the farms and villages along the way were quaint. The Chinese are buried in their fields and all along the road, in the fields and on the terraced mountainside were graves. The reason we had a long weekend was because of Chingming Festival or "Grave Sweeping" holiday (the equivalent of our Memorial Day), so all the graves were decorated with paper flowers, fireworks, etc. It was quite lovely.