Century Land Hotel Wuyishan
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... little princess by the time I checked out, and headed out to explore the city.
Unfortunately it was rainy and foggy (but apparently that's what it's usually like here), and I didn't really know where to go. I started by looking for a cheaper place to spend the night in so that I wouldn't have to carry my bag with me, and found the cheapest and lamest bing guan ever, which I honestly wouldn't recommend to anyone, even though it's dead cheap. Left my things there ...
... walk along smaller and smaller paths, almost getting lost in the middle of nowhere.
The 2nd day, we went to the more touristy sections to see some of the hightlights. While on a bridge admiring the river, we were interviewed by Korean television who were doing a report on the area and were surprised to see Westerners.
We climbed up one of the karsts (Heavenly Peak, very good name) which overlooks the ...
... Ajettiin pitkat patkat maaseudulla ja pienten kylien lapi. Maisemat olivat kylla vertaansa vailla; sumuisia vuoria, riisipeltoja, siltoja ja jokia. Jossain vaiheessa toinen kuski lahti omille teilleen, ahtauduttiin samalle tarakalle ja reissu muuttui viela mielenkiintoisemmaksi.
Lopulta oltiin perilla. Mies tahtoi tulla mukaan kiertamaan, kiellettiin. Paastiin lopulta yksin vuoristomaisemaan ja mielialakin koheni huomattavasti.
Upeaa, ei oikein ...
... valued for its medicinal qualities.
It has long been known that tea aids in digestion, which is why many Chinese prefer to consume it after their meal. (Another interesting side effect for smokers is that tea hastens the discharge of nicotine from the body). The elevation of tea drinking to an art form began in the 8th century, with the publication of Lu Yu's ...
The soundtrack to this entry was by Motley Crue
The album was ‘Shout at the Devil’