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River Levels in China

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I am planning a month-long trip to China commencing the third week of March 2012.

Part of the trip may involve cruising on the Yangtze from Chongqing to Yichang, or possibly further to Shanghai, and on the Li River from Guilin to Yangshuo. I may also go by boat along the Grand Canal between Hangzhou and Suzhou.

I am concerned at the reports I am reading about the drought in Southern China. Can anyone offer advice on the likely river levels next March; particularly concerning the Li and Yangtze Rivers?

I would also appreciate feedback from anyone who has been on one of those river or canal sections and whether they felt the experience was worth the cost in time and money.

Cheers, Alan, Australia.
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Born Under a Wandering Star http://loraltravel.blogspot.com

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