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... an evening flight that would make us miss our next 2 flights. Luckily Jet Star had a built in Skype feature on their website. Bruce Skyped them and we got the last 2 seats on the 10:45 flight. The only problem was that meant we had to leave NOW to get to the airport in time! The last minute things were fit in our backpacks, a quick check of our room, a quick call to the front desk to see about an airport transfer and we were out the door.
... as its bigger counterpart, our captain managed to sail away from the masses a bit and the absence of large noisy cruise boats made a big difference too. The scenery was spectacular once more.
In the little village where we got off the bamboo boats and where I got to feed the ox, I ran into Laura, who was there with her group as well, but who hadn't been told about the Painted Veil bridge. A missed opportunity. So whilst my energetic guide got usy rounding up the group Laura ...
... guest houses and hostels up the mountain. Ladies with baskets on their back carry your luggage up for you! And the sedan chair operators were out in force. Two strong villagers will take you to the top and back for 400 yuan. Again, I was a likely target but had no intention of getting a lift. This mountain was MINE! The views were spectacular! And the mist was just hovering delicately on the peaks as we reached the summit. I can't imagine a life ...
... touched, this was extremely enjoyable. The masseuses study for three years before they are qualified. The guide warns us of the "local" places where the girls have not studied at all.......the guide smiles cheekily. I am now back in the hotel room, quick shower and going to have a walk around before DINNER! Yep we get to eat again. After dinner we are off to watch a cormorant fishing show. Okay, back from the night out, now upstairs after a ...
... We walked down to the Sun and Moon Pagodas,
which sit on the Banyan Lake in the center of the city. There was a lovely walk
around and some great photographic spots of the incredible scenery. We have
finally gotten away from the smog and can actually see more than two feet in
front of us! Better yet, the sun decided to finally show itself to us, however
briefly during our stroll.
In search of the night market, we met a ...