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... mattress was very *************ly slept a few hours until our alarm clock woke us up at 5am. We put on all the clothes we had plus the red jackets that we thought we would never need (without them we would not have seen the sunrise for sure!). Outside of the hotel you could see a lot of people in the dim light, all covered with red jackets, finding the best spot to see the sunrise. And indeed – we saw a wonderful dawn. After about an hour taking pictures, staring at ...
Huangshan Mountain adventure time!
Our trip began Sunday morning. Laura had advised us all to get a good American breakfast to start our big trip off well. I went with Clair, Jared, Kyler, I'sha, Troy and Mitch out to brunch, but that plan fell through a bit. We had originally planned to go out to a place with a real varied selection and 10 yuan crepes, but then it started pouring and some people didn't want to walk so instead of that we went 3 minutes down the street ...
... the karma goes
with them- as wise Angus taught me in Shanghai when I lost my bus pass they had
bought me with like $20USD worth on it (whoops!).
So far I must absolutely say this has been quite a thrilling
train ride as- besides getting to try a bunch of random snacks this girl next
to me brought from home- all appearing home-made and of what I have no idea as
she speaks no English at all lol, but regardless they are quite hung hau chur!
... clean water while the other half was dirty and polluted. We saw a worker dumping trash into the water. Aiya! Their caves were indentations in the mountain walls, some of which had overhangs. They were really pretty but not what we had in mind when they said caves. Apparently the park tried to hire young men to row the boats because the rowers were getting old but all of the younger men couldn't handle the work and quit after a month. We walked back ...
As we drove around the city, all we could see was huge boxes everywhere and trucks moving goods around. We were pretty sure this is where a lot of good are made and we could make out factories in the buildings. It was eye opening especially after all the documentaries we have seen.
We then went to another city called Hengdian, which is China's equivalent to Hollywood and Universal Studios. ...