Travel Blogs from Lin'an
... way to many pictures were taken of many, too many woaaaaahs when I said I was 20. I don't look THAT old, THANK you very much XD. I kept walking and found a beautiful lake with a very pretty bridge, you can see those a lot in my pics.
Found several schools of thought from various dynasties and then stepped on a puppies paw :(. So I got to know this cute little puppy (who was probably abandonned) and played with her for a while. Her paw still hurt so I felt ...
... we went back to continue our ruthless card games in the room. Though we thought we’d escaped civilization, around 9pm we heard the shaky booms of a subwoofer. There was a bonfire party outside our room!
It was a chilly night and, to keep warm (though I assume their beers were doing most of the work), a group of dads kept jumping up and yelling for everyone to join hands and run ...
... sides. On the way out was possibly the worst entertainment attraction ever. A small concrete bunker (apparently) purpose built to be a dungeon of horrors - check out the photo (no camera's were allowed inside). Inside it was pitch black and you had to use a torch to see the attractions (the sound system was either turned off or not functioning) and the corridors were really narrow. The exhibits were something (at best) made with cereal packets ...
... please get closer to the
During our tour in the Yellow mountains
we were told that “fire proofing is a must for your appreciation of
the views” and we should “look out for our step while looking for
our admiration”, of course after every one was called on “to
practice civilised behaviours”.
... a good seat up front, saving the first row for Tian's dad.
As I sat there the bus began filling up with beautiful young ladies, who all gave me big smiles as they hopped on board! I was feeling pretty good about myself, until I figured out what was happening..The group we joined was an intellectual exploration group, for lack of better words. But to save money, they had joined a singles meeting group in chartering the bus.
As the bus filled, I felt ...