Jin Wan Hotel
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... from Chaoyang Pier to Gongnong Bridge and then came back over a little rapid. Everyone was friendly and waving and saying 'Happy New Year!' It started to pour with torrential rain while we were on the raft which was quite amusing. We cycled back to our hotel and left Judy. Will and I wandered down the streets and found an Indian restaurant to eat in. The food wasn't the best Indian food, but the young boys who served us were ...
... fish,which are held in their throat, the fisherman brings the bird back to the boat and has the bird spit the fishup. Thouh the cormorant fishing once was a successful industry,its primary use today is to serve the tourism industry.
During out time watching the cormorant fishing, we took a photo with the fisherman with his birds after we approached shore. We all got the opportunity to take a photo with the bird.
... trip for the first morning. Despite our concerns - "oh, not another cave!" - we were really astounded by a beautiful, natural wonder. The cave complex was a 20-minute bus ride out of town, and lay deep inside an otherwise normal-looking karst (hill). The cave complex inside, however, was huge. A complex of perhaps a dozen caves, carefully crafted by the entrepreneurial Chinese into a bells-and-whistles tourist attraction. (Imagine a set of ...
... stall made it.
Brock and I said our goodbyes to Christian and Anna and headed out the next morning for a town called Tanah Rata in the Cameron Highlands. This is a hilly area of jungle and agriculture. We didn’t get in until mid afternoon and we tried to go out for a hike in the jungle but got mixed up on directions to the trail head so we decided we would walk to a waterfall but also got mixed up on directions to that trail head. We had ...
... Hong Kong here are a few observations: - when we arrived all you could focus on was the noise, height of the buildings, hustle and bustle, lack of space etc etc - but we got used to all that pretty quickly and once you've got your bearings there's so much to see and do, so many places of cultural interest we didn't get to and every possible food on offer - we have fallen in love with the MTR (tube). Yes, it's very crowded, but they have air con, no eating or ...