NARADA Resort & Spa Qixian Mount
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... Sweden. They were staying at a nearby hotel on the bay, which there were about 5 of. People were often walking among the hotel's to eat or grab a drink, although I only stayed at mine... Nanuna was just perfect.
Saturday we awoke to small-ish waves out in the bay. Our surfing lesson was to begin at 1 and I was nervous the waves wouldn't be good enough. We got the western breakfast which was delicious, over easy eggs, toast, bacon and oranges. We relaxed for a ...
... the traveling had taken our energy for the day. On Friday we woke up pretty early. The bed was a bit stiff so neither of us slept very well. We met Heather and Ashley downstairs for breakfast. There was a choice of either a Western breakfast or a Chinese breakfast. We opted for the Western breakfast but they said they were out of bacon and bread. So, we went with the only other option. The Chinese breakfast was made up of rice porridge, ginger and small fish to put in the ...
... floors down, the slightly stunned and disabled cockroach was dusting himself down and preparing to scuttle off when an Oriental Magpie-Robin swooped down and made off with him. We then heard the crack as bird whacked roach against a rock to break his shiny carapace.
It's never a good idea to meddle with nature, and I blame the difficulties of our onward journey on this unfortunate episode, but that will be for another day.
Next stop: Hong Kong.
... the path with a stick - he's definately used this intimidation technique before. At this point I was completely boiling with rage but gave in and paid the money so we could set off on our walk in peace.
Apart from this average start to the morning the walk was brilliant. The path wound through a rain forest full of beautiful butterflies that seemed to be showing us the way. The path was instantly up - up up UP. We climbed steadily for 2 1/2 hrs (the ...
... For three hours we climbed up and up, panting and gasping at points. This Wuzhi shan is not like the usual hike in China with paved paths and nice stairs. We pulled ourselves up using roots and even skirted several very sharp ledges. I think it's safe to say that this was the most arduous exertion of my life, which I was not expecting. Amusingly enough, after going almost directly up for about a mile, we discovered that the views from the top ...