- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Shiyan
... under the weather (bad cold) so, upon arrival crashed out for a couple of hours. A quick walk and dinner revived me. The walk to the top of the mountain next day was only a 4km walk, but, with all of it being up stone steps, it took us about two and a half hours to get there. The altitude was 1600m and is, I am tole, the highest peak in the area. I'm afraid that I'll never be able to test that statement as we couldn't see a thing at the top. It was damp and misty ...
... before sunset so I thought, why not just go down the stairs on the other side? No one seems to climb or descend these stairs, so I had the whole mountain mostly to myself. It was great! I drank the rest of my water, then bought a milk tea for a treat and made my way down the mountain in under an hour.
The bus ride back from the bottom of the stairs was longgggggg, so I did some thinking about what I should do tonight. I definitely did ...
This weekend started off different than others, because I had to do a lot of research to figure out how to get to Wudang. At first I attempted to buy a train ticket and showed the ticket lady the Chinese letters for Wudang. She just shook her head. Then, I showed her the Chinese letters for Shiyan. Again, she shook her head. I'm going to tell myself all the trains were absolutely full, because of Spring festival, and not ...
... could be part of it. A few days ago our teacher gave us information for exams for a few of us and what he expects. I get my exam date at 21-1-13. I will be tested for Wudang Taiji quan and Bagua quan. My training is going pretty fast that i get more training to aim for more, but later for that!! Had celebrated the bday of my friend Leo but could only stay for lunch and not the friends diner waaah. Cause coming week we get the training for coming time and for the exam for ...
... One time in a breadshop(yes) i stumbled upon a fellow dutch guy, the same guy i met on a forum more than a year ago. That was cool. And to feel already like a regular, like in Shiyan a teashop already knows what i want. And became friends with a jiaozi place owner, guess what he comes from the same region as my grandpa, cool. Although its the opposite as my beloved Thailand i already get used to some places and ...