- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... healing benefits of all the different infusions. The favourite though was the hot beaded spring where we all lay for ages. It was a great temperature and we could try and bury ourselves in the beads like sand. We did all find beads everywhere later though! It was just phenomenal and I think if we didn't have to leave we could've stayed there a whole lot longer. But we did have to leave, we had to run for the last bus ...
... person for a twin! We showered and some of us sat to watch the final Edinburgh Uni boat compete at Henley Royal Regatta. They raced very well but unfortunately lost to a strong team. We all decided that we did not want to go back outside to find somewhere for dinner so opted to eat in one of the hotel's restaurants which was very nice. Unfortunately they were short on a few of their options and so I ended up having to eat chips and omelette! Except that they forgot to bring ...
... the hike was long and winding and Jane and I were a little queasy. We put on our rain ponchos (which included pants that some of us opted out of) and started up the stairs... Wait what!? Stairs?! STAIRS?!!!?!? ON A MOUNTAIN!?!?!? THIS IS NOT HIKING! I wanted to laugh... until I had climbed up 30 VERY steep stairs and realised... oh... This would be IMPOSSIBLE without stairs. haha! Troy was the only one of us who had done the hike before and I asked him if ...
... to have seen the variety of views that we were treated to thanks to the amazing weather while we were up there.
The next morning we were treated to a rare opportunity to sleep in, since we didn’t have to fly out until pretty late that night so we were going to be in for a long day. We started our official program by heading out of town once again, this time to visit some nearby local villages. Taking a different route than our mountain journey the day before, ...
... scared when the wind got up and our cable car swayed and shook. At the top we had to laugh as you couldn't see more than 5 meters given the extremely think clouds! Luckily the Chinese had paved an extensive network of paths, with stairs built in all over the place. It took some time to work out the dodgy signage on the side of the track, but we quickly realised the distances were quite short and we made good ...