NARADA Resort & Spa Qixian Mount
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It's my last day of winter vacation with tomorrow being a sad day of starting off 8 straight work days in a row. Although, I can't be too sad, I've had a great two week vacation so it was well worth it.
Last Thursday, Scott and I left around 9 am to meet Heather and Ashley at the airport. The airport is close to our house, so it didn't take long to get there. After checking in, we found our gate and sat a bit before eating Subway (yes! the first time I've had it ...
... we paid the same rate for our last night, December 31st, as all the other nights. Originally, the travel agent told us we would have to pay double that night because of the holiday. But, we decided not to argue with the woman at the front desk who told us otherwise.
After check-in, we went to our rooms and unpacked. By the time we were done unpacking, the sun was beginning to fall behind the mountains, so we decided to eat dinner. After dinner, we hit the hay ...
... and enjoyed with a custard filled bun of an afternoon.
One last adventure in Wuzhishan concerned a large and shiny cockroach that was keeping Paul awake by climbing up and down an empty pineapple beer can in our room. He chased it around at 2.30 in the morning, eventually catching it and trapping it under an ashtray.
In the morning he slid a magazine underneath, depriving the roach of a leg in the process, and threw it out of the ...
... for breakfast - Check... Plently of water for hike - Check. We're off to climb a mountain.
As we walk through the villiage we are called over to a gent who asks if we need a ride to the base of the mountain. Its 4kms so we accept only to find out the quoted price doubled when we got to the entrance to hiill and we had to pay not only for the ride but for the guy who hooked us up for the ride. At first we outright refused to pay but the guy started following ...
... seen so much hokey tourist **** over the years in China, I had come to think that those minority group costumes were only donned for the tourist dollar; however, along this bus route, many of the farmers picked up were indeed in minority dress. I was astounded. They were going to work and there was nary a tourist in sight. I was pleased to see that I was wrong about that use of tradition.
The bus dropped us off at an ...