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... we were out in nature, absolutely gorgeous
woods surrounding us with the old babbling brook gurgling aside us. Many people
were taking baths, washing up or just sitting in the cool shade with their feet
dangling in. When we got to the waterfall, there were many people climbing and
milling around and of course there were 85,000 pictures taken! Bamboo rafts
were in the water (I couldn’t help but remember the incident on the bamboo raft
... humidity - water was dripping off our clothes! Completely disgusting. And there is no light. Anyway we stop and look up and it was like this huge craggy mountain was there. It just appeared, the stars were sparkling and the full moon was just beginning to crest one of the peaks. I'm telling you if it wasn't for the hear it would have been all encompassing. Well, the heat and the 85,000 other people! (The mountain area is called 'Yandang'.) the guide kept saying ...
... that we’d read about online.
We happily paid the 50 kuai entrance fee and skipped gleefully into the park. We followed the excited holiday travelers down the short path to the famous waterfall and found…
A tiny stream of water dripping from the top of a cliff.
... passed us with adorable lambs on short leashes. “Oh, they’re so cute!” The little guys seemed pretty hesitant to follow the smiling farmers into the town. We pet them and took pictures, not yet putting together the pieces of the puzzle.
When we crossed the bridge into the town and peered into the barbecue area, we were happy ...
... Nothing is respected or valued, including the environment and probably even human life. Done with that soda? Feel free to chuck the empty bottle out the car window. It's cheap, we don't recycle and there are already hundreds alongside the road, anyway. And because the workers know that they're making cheap ****, they have no pride in their work. So they don't care if they do a good job or not.That includes maintaining pollution control equipment at power plants.