- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a big university it's also famous for a night market. What does this night market consist of? Lots of streets teeming with people. Some shops selling smart phone accessories, bags, backpacks, shoes, socks. And a huge amount of stalls selling food and drinks. So the rest of this post is just random pics from the streets near where I'm staying. Remarkably there are no pubs in or near ...
... scooters, people and a jumble of shop signs... but it's hard to reproduce it all in a photo. Especially as I didn't put any effort into capturing it. I'm really close to the uni. The running track is handy. People were using it just to go for a walk away from the traffic. And to think that on the mainland I've heard that you have to pay to go jogging on at least one of the universities athletics tracks. Greed! You might ...
... speakers that were successful with it for the $2.50 bus fare but I thought there must be a way. It turns out there was an ATM in a corner shop down the road. Amazingly for an international airport it really was just a few hundred metres. The view of the terminal on my way back from the shop. I was just in time for the last bus. A rather somber evening. Impressive. The monitor showing the leaving buses is in Chinese and ...
We only got a morning for the last day...
So dad and I went running in the morning at 8:30am before breakfast;) Just thought it'd be a good idea to fully utilize this 5* quality hotel facilities actually lol
Breakfast was great, with a lot of choices and you can literally get a full set for breakfast. Then we spent our last hour walking through the city, and bumped into an outlet for expensive brands lol
You wouldn't ever believe the discount I had for a ...
Drizzles were starting to hit this city... hmm which makes sense after the 3 days without rain in Cingjing. It was better it didn't rain the past days so that we were able to finish all outdoor activities. For this last day of the trip, we visited Puli, a small town at the bottom of Cingjing. It was much warmer, despite the rain. We visited the Guanyin waterfall, with other local visitors on a 70 average age and a little hike ...