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... tree Sisi wanted to cut and I wanted to keep. Alas, Eolus, god of the wind, was in Sisi's favor and blew the tree over last year. Only one pine tree left to turn our garden into a Kurort during the summer. Another striking feature of this mountain is the incredible amount of steep stairs. The mountain tops have tops around 1860 meters. I don't know at what elevation the entrance is, but I presume around 1000 or so. The tops have hotels and restaurants, ...
... and 310 km/h (about 200 miles/h). It sure doesn't feel like it, because we gently float, and from the moving landscape I could not tell. The land around us is hilly with many small mountains, and tunnels for the train. It is humid and hazy. Temperatures are in the upper twenties, everything is very green. We see much land where the water table is regulated. Thousands of small rice fields, now dry, yellowing for harvest. ...
... to stay unfortunately. The route as described in the book which took you over various peaks was also hard to follow and so we just wandered, taking routes as we fancied. This meant that at around lunch time we arrived, soaked, at a random hotel which kindly let us sit in their lobby to eat. They then also gave us directions to our own hotel which they said would take another 3 hours to get to! We set off, a bit tired, but enjoyed the walk and got there after around 2 hours having ...
... they climbed. My favorite was the old man with baijiu- I saw the bottle in his hand and asked if it was baijiu and he started laughing and chanting baijiu as he walked down the mountain (baijiu is the very strong rice whiskey.) I enjoyed all of the people I passed headed back down the mountain who either gave me thumbs up, told me I could do it (in Chinese) or else cheered “jia you!” the main Chinese cheer which means “add oil!” Off course China is ...
Got up at 5 this morning to watch the sunrise over the mountains. To our surprise so did lots of other people! It was beautiful and worth making the effort. After breakfast we began the trek back to the cable car...more stairs!