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... I asked them if they were going to Longhu Shan and they said yes. Could I join them? Of course! Wow!
We got a taxi to take us to the park, which was 20 yuan for me ($4), because we shared it. Then, at the park, they found me a place to leave my bag, which was $2. That was fine. This was working out great! I bought the same ticket they bought, and we went into the park.
There was a raft ride included in our ...
... us off to a giant cave out in the countryside. It reminded me of Vietnam. I thought the first cave was more impressive than the second, larger one. There was a Chinese guide telling stories about the rocks. These look like monks, those look like lovers. There was even a pool of "dragon saliva" which you splashed on your head to remove all your problems. What.
Why does everything have to ...
... catch another bus straight to Shangrao at the side of the highway, at one of those service stations, where they would stop for lunch.
So Bob called the company and they said that there were in fact seats on that bus, thankfully. Bob's cousin was game to drive me all the way out to the highway (At first, I thought it was close, so I was confused why we needed a ride and couldn't just take a taxi. It ended up being 30 km ...
... granite formations everywhere. Some of them had names like jade rabbit and fairy's finger etc. I met a nice couple that showed me the way when I almost went really wrong. It was expensive, but it was nice and cool at the top, kind of worth it to leave the sticky sauna of the city. Then I began the descent. It started out ok but soon the stairs were literally crumbling under my feet. I had started to wish I had worn shoes instead of ...
... night I booked online as soon as I'd made the decision (two hours before taking the taxi), because I knew I'd arrive late. I stayed in what turned out to be one of the, if not THE most amazing hotel I've ever been to. Luxurious is an understatement, really, especially for a dedicated backpacker like me.
So I started my first day in Wuyishan with a hot bubble bath, a gourmet breakfast, and couple of hours in the swimming pool, sauna and gym (all free?!). I felt like ...