Baodao Conference & Exhibition Center Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... temple, that was restored in 1990 something so it was boring. It was the temple of the founder of a taoist sect. I don't know. In my book, it said there was an abandoned church down the street. I wanted to go see it, but my friends didn't have enough time for that, so I said goodbye to them and ambled off through the village.
I walked all the way to the end of the road but didn't see this catholic church. When I ...
I woke up too early for the 9 a.m. rendezvous downstairs with the rest of the entourage. That was fine, I got dressed slowly and tried to unstink my sandals. Note to self: Never buy Chacos again. They really suck since the last time I bought them in 2010. Ugh. They're lighter, but the plastic grows nasty bacteria. Ugh.
Anyway, we went for breakfast across the street and Doreen and her ...
The day before, Bob and I went to the bus station and a woman there told us to come back at 11 a.m. the next day for the bus to Yingtan, where I could catch another one to Shangrao to stay with Doreen again.
Before we even left, Bob got a call from the woman saying that the bus was full. Now I would have to go to Nanchang instead, way out of my way. Ugh. Luckily, Bob knew someone who went to university in Shangrao. He said ...
... so often some porters would pass me on their way up with two tanks of propane or gasoline on their backs. I guess they can't bring those up on the cable car. I couldn't imagine trying to take those all the way up, I was suffering just going down on my own with just my water and wallet with me. I passed a family going down, also having a tough time, but I felt good about leaving them behind me, because if I broke my ankle I knew I could ...
... But it did.
I hiked up, which took a little over an hour but wasn't too difficult (my legs were shaking by the time I reached the top though). The view from the peak was great, though it would've been even better if it wasn't so damn foggy. Still well worth the long hike, I'd say. The way back down was a bit ********* my knees, as it was quite steep. I left through the main entrance and saw that I hadn't missed out on anything by taking a "shortcut".