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... hotel room for a little under $20 a night, which was great considering there were no other options. The thing to do in Dehang is trek. We did two hikes, one to a gorgeous waterfall that was shockingly beautiful and a great surprise. The other hike took us up through a valley past another waterfall to a viewing point of the entire area. Randomly, a few miles from Dehang is the longest bridge in Asia. We ...
... are just long canoes. This was the first tour that we have taken that I feel like I really did not learn anything. We went to a bunch of random houses and looked at old artifacts, but it was so unorganized that I could not really follow the point of everything.
Next, back to the hotel for lunch. Today is Wendy's birthday. Sam, our guide, got her a cake. It was delicious. ...
... City itself. It costs about $40 USD per person to receive a pass to visit the ancient city for two days. The city itself is largely a walled city with look out points, but is cut through by a shallow river which guests travel their way down by boat. The lines (or shall we say hoards of people) are interesting as people push and shove there way forward--there really is no sense of a ...
... it is supposed to bring you good luck on your journey. I am the only one who did it! All those summers playing cornhole finally paid off! So I brought us all good luck on trip!
Next, a 5 hour bus ride. The driver put on a movie. Great. Staring Christian Bale. Even better, except it was "Flowers of War" a movie about the Rape of Nanking. One of the worst acts of violence by the Japanese on the Chinese ...
... to call the number and were pleased to hear we were in the right spot as well as get very precise bus information (blue, 1611!). It was quite a ruck getting onto the bus, with Jen getting squeezed in by some rude peasant women, but we managed to get seats together and set off to Changsha. Around 5 hours later we arrived and were immediately struck by the hot sticky air, even at 5:30pm. It was a 20 minute walk to the hotel ...
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