Fuding International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... talk to people along the way, found out there was a last day Internet special is $25US but with having no communications with Melanie and Nikki since Hong Kong, I thought it was worth it to find out what was happening at home. Loads of emails, messages Facebook notifications, and uploading the Travelpod emails etc, so much to do. This took a while to do so once all checked and dealt with, we wandered around the ship, found another restaurant we hadn't seen ...
This morning we leave Chang De at 8 am. It is very cloudy, the road is wet, and the traffic is heavy. We drive 400 km towards Tong Shan where we take late lunch at almost 3 pm. Tong San is famous for its stalactites and stalagmites water cave that is 5 km long. ...
... br> struggle with ‘Goodbye’! Again, I was reminded to work on my listening so that
I could understand completely. Just be in the here and now and to focus. I take
this back to my classroom…take time to really listen to the children. This is
SO not easy! I have an agenda afterall! Somewhere in this 24 hours of the Eco
Park, we watched a tightrope performance between two mountain tops. First a man
belayed (Joe) himself down the side ...
... national park with jagged mountains and slot canyons and streams and it was beautiful. There was one slot canyon that we slid through that was 20 cms wide. Yep, I had to suck it all in.
Definitely glad I didn't eat that very last dumpling the night before! We explored a deep, deep cave, something I've never done before. It was kinda scary because it was very, very dark and I think each of us was thinking (but not saying) ...
... peace of mind to stop yourself from throttling the tour guides and their ridiculous loud speakers, I was able to enjoy the walk and (on occasions when the clouds and fog permitted) the scenery. Indeed, encountering others while padding the pathways was something of a shock.
Taimu Shan proved to be a really cool little mountain. Whereas Tai Shan is just historic (and not particularly attractive) or Huang Shan has some nice ...