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... truly beautiful, but most of it was steep inclines, rocky stairs and the promise of not much farther. Trevor eventually turned back as we got to a point where it was just too steep for his back. I went on and was exhilarated to see wild monkeys coming out of the bush on sunset, a gorgeous shrine in the middle of the mountains and found a wonderful gift for my husband. Glad to be back at the hotel and after a looong hot shower, hope that my feet forgive me in the ...
This morning we checked out of our hotel and were told we were heading for the mountains. So first stop was to visit the Jiangxi Provincial Institute of Water Sciences - this research centre had a 50:1 scale of the dam and river in this particular region of the Po Yang Lake Reserve. Quite interesting to see the 'Thunderbirds' looking research area - which had an inbuilt dam to show the ration of water flow etc, etc.
We were then taken on a little chariot to view the ...
... and freezing. There was no way I was going to stay in Lushan for the night, feeling this grumpy. Attempting to get back home was better than not attempting to get back home at this point.
The driver drove the whole way down the mountain with the windows down. Fffffff..... Come on REALLY?! Then he dropped us off at least a 20 minute walk from the train station, which I did in some more pouring rain.
When i got there, The ticket woman yelled at me in ...
The hostel isn't very nice. The bathrooms, dorms, and beds leave a lot to be desired. And given that we are paying what we were paying two nights ago, it seems a bit ridiculous. But there really wasn't much choice. When we first arrived at our hotel two nights ago, we requested three nights. Only two, she said. Blast! So we went on a long, fruitless search for a hotel that would take us on the night of 1 October. ...
... the same way. Heading what we believed to be the right direction, we quickly left the crowds and climbed hundreds of steps past old homes, the path eventually leading right in front of some of them. An old man with cataracts, upon finding out where we were going, showed us the way with a word of caution: take the chairlift down, as if you try to walk all the way back, you won't get here til to-morrow morning. He was a very friendly man but may have ...