Meihua Goldentang International Hotel
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... it was going to be an easy thing climbing up the mountain, but it wasn't. It was very hard to go up. I started my climbing with Mr. Condon. We went up to Central Peak, which he said was the easiest, but it really wasn't. We climbed a lot of steps and I was very tired. My legs were also getting very tired. I didn't want to stop because I kept seeing little kids, aged 6 - 8, doing the climb. So I said to myself I wasn't going to quit.
It took us about an hour ...
... so so. The duck dumplings were shaped like a duck. The seafood ones were shaped like a fish and there were cabbage ones that were green. Very interesting.
The show is colorful and entertaining and it went for around an hour. On the way back to the hotel we drive past the city wall and the gates and moat to see it at night. The lights used in this city are quite amazing.
Tomorrow we have a few places to visit in the morning and ten we fly to Beijing in the early ...
Just came to the hotel and it looks 'sharp' which isn't shocking to me because we are clearly VIP. But in all seriousness this is just beyond belief how beautiful this hotel is.
Plans have changed Julie wanted to take us to KFC for breakfast, I think everyone is glad we're here. The KFC in China is so different, good call Julie. :)
I made my own warrior, it ...
... the occasional spot of sunshine. The ride was lovely as it was flat and straight (the city wall is a square) so you only had to turn a few corners. It took us about an hour and a half as we kept stopping for photographs. In the evening we went out and did KTV which is big here. It's karaoke in private rooms, so a group of you hire a room and have access to the karaoke screen with lots of songs. It's what a lot of young people do as a social ...
... had a zillion red chilies in it. It could have melted the tablecloth! Then to the dock, where the ship awaited us. No fancy dock...just very steep concrete steps, which porters will help you down and expect to get paid for depending on how many arms they are holding! A Chinese dragon drumming welcomed us aboard, and we left the dock about 10 pm, after a briefing from Allen, whose English was not great. They then repeated the whole briefing in French. The staff is ...