Orient Holiday Hotel
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... Waterfall, underground bedrock adit and the atrium backwoods aggregate the highlights of the breathtaking area.
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... the civilian gear is worlds apart, like the tank we saw in someone’s backyard this afternoon, just for when the road gets a bit too bad.
Our last night camping tonight. We’ve started cleaning the gear a bit, ready for shipping back to Oz. It’s a popular fishing spot, this – lots of Russians, lined up both sides of the river, each spaced sufficiently from the next to ensure we all have ...
... to ask a local, who recommended that we go around to the west side. Very beautiful over there, he said.
So off we went. The route was quite nice – the road was in very good condition, and there were no trucks! How refreshing – particularly since we had passed a horrendous head on collision between two trucks earlier that day. Perhaps one risky overtaking manoeuvre too many – we ...
... and handed over the cash.
We had the day to spend here so we dropped the bags back at our hotel and decided to explore. We found the main shopping street and went for a look.
After five minutes I had my flop flips replaced.
At the end of the street I found another apple shop. Show him my baby. A quick once over. Hmmm he says. 100 yuan, one hour, I fix.
Go on the Chinese!
We spent the remainder of our time here wandering the side ...
... have been terraced after thousands of years of agriculture. It was quite amazing to see the terraces extend high up the very steep slopes. It was even more amazing to see tiny figures working way up among the clouds.
Occasionally we could see whole villages perched up in clefts of the hills.
I figure that in the days of yore, it was a good place to stay protected from bandits. Anyone who would make the trek up the steep slopes would be way too ...