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... firstly, having missed the Beijing variety, we called into the first Confucian temple of our experience; it pains me to say that there was little remarkable to report. Once again, there was scant variation on the theme of linear halls with a trio of large statues in each. The undoubted highlight was Bronagh's ringing of the gong- surpassing her archery skills, she didn't miss once.
As shadows lengthened, we paid a brief visit to the novelty that is ...
... a step (in our case, a small table) is needed to climb up onto it. The bed was quite comfortable (air conditioning being a luxury provided and greatfully accepted) and the pillows seemed to have a layer of wheat/barley on the bottom of them - strange, but comfortable. The bathroom (not there in the original times of course) was serviceable with the toilet being protected from the water from the shower by a curtain. The floor dried surprisingly ...
... How is this fair?? A shuttle bus took us part way up the mountain and we were then to continue to hike the remaining part ourselves. It was a good four hour hike passing through beautiful archways, viewpoints and historical landmarks. Although it was expensive, the views were truly beautiful and it's something I recommend you do if you visit China. I don't recommend running up the steps when you think your nearly at the top though as you are not!, and there are ...
... make it very obvious they were taking pictures of us, often by posing in front of the window haha. The best moment was when I was sat inside, Bish had Popped to the shop, and a group of Chinese had walked by seeing two french girls sat outside the hostel having a cigarette. I ...
... the temple we headed back to meet
up with Matt and the rest of the friends we had made. We all went out to
dinner, before the girls left on their adventures to Beijing, Tokyo and then
At the end of the evening, Matt and I
headed out to a local massage parlour, with no happy endings! Matt had a full
body massage, while I had a foot massage. Matt’s body massage was very
simplistic and involved him lying flat while ...