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... in China but goat was good today!
So, a few things I thought I would share that I forget to share at times that I find amusing:
* The boat has terrible customer service. You want a pot of hot tea or some ice in your ice bucket? Call housekeeping and/or the front desk 10 times and they both tell you the other one will do it and after a few hours, no one ever brings you a pot of hot tea or a bucket of ice. You have to go beg for it elsewhere.
... to take another path at the bottom to visit another temple but, by this time, my legs had given up and I returned to the hotel for a sit down. A fantastic day. I'd love to visit one of the martial arts schools to see a display or take a Tai Chi class. It's such a shame that I don't have longer here. We, wisely as it turned out, walked the opposite route down. It was called the 'hundred-step-ladder' route, but this was a lie! It was a lot longer, but definitely less ...
... other foreigners from LiGong. We stayed in Michele's apartment - her and Bailey had escaped to the Phillipines for a week. They came back on Saturday, and it was lovely to see them again.
Another lunch at a garden restaurant with Tom, Ricky, Shadow, Shu Meng, Toby, Greg and Rena was also lovely. Once Toby got hold of the lamb leg bone, he was a very happy chappy.Hopefully Tom will come to Shanghai soon and stay with us for a few days. There were a ...
... other similar boats.
We entered a tributary to the main river (Shennong Stream) and quickly the river narrowed until we came to a jetty of sorts where our ferries tied up. On the other side of that jetty was a row of low and flat 'Sampan' style rowing boats for us to clamber into and don life-jackets. By this stage we had been given leaflets with a picture showing the rear view of a group of local 'very naked men' pulling something upstream. Therefore, ...
... they blended well into the environment and were created based on historical stories. There are 18 scenic sights in all, including Gaoxia Pinghu (Calm Lake Rising from the Steep Gorge), "Fury Lion Raises Its Head", Jingniang Gorge, Songzu Gorge and Xianling Gorge. Jingniang Lake was originally known as Koushang Reservoir which is the inverted Chinese character "人" and has eastern and western branches. After years of exploration and development, it has become a tourist resort.