- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and gently sloping cement path. Rajiv thinks it's like this the whole way. It's not long before the gentle slope becomes a steeper slope and not long after that before the cement path becomes stairs and remains stairs for the next 1,200m that we ascend. If I read the route maps at the side of the path correctly there are just under 4,000 steps between the start of the hike and the North Peak. The Empire State Building has about 1,500. The steps at ...
... I find out later that my action cam wasn't working to even capture some of the incredible views on the parts we did make (and didn't record the commentary that would've made this blog funnier)
8. We wait one and a half hours for a cable car down the mountain in the morning
9. We wait two hours for our train
If there's any good news to be had it's that between the hike and my liquid generating body I've probably lost a few kg's so can maybe remove "Fat" from ...
... around the square. Such a bustling place. A ton of activities for little kids: trampolines with harnesses, a larger trampoline with netting around it for slightly bigger kids, a motorized panda on wheels, a miniature train to ride, rollerblading, etc. It was like a carnival. Then there was the dance group I've come to expect in public parks around evening. Anyway, the train station itself was very nice ...
... of our time finding hidden art treasures.
Most of what we found was Chinese graffiti on the walls. We also found a wall dedicated to Maozidong. Some of his speeches and quotes from his little red book, all written on the wall.
Afterwards, we headed toward the city center, and after chilling for a while, met up with a friend of Kidd. We had planned on going to a Swedish concert that night. It took quite ...
After a much needed lie in today we were off to spend the night in a rural Chinese farm. We stopped along the way at a river so we could go swimming surrounded by the mountains. We spent an hour here and saw 2 local women fall in fully clothed as the rocks were quite slippy! (Ramsey the tour guide had to jump in and save one of them who couldn't swim!) After quite a dramatic swim and drive through the mountains (including trying ...