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... still in Hubei province. We finish the tour at 6 pm and after refueling we continue to Ruichang at Jiang Xi province that is about 150 km away. We have a dinner before checking in a very nice hotel called Lisan Garden Hotel. It has been a very long day.
... silent observer – I KNOW! ME! It was just perfectJ
After lunch, we went back to the Park, to the same area of the night before
–Double Nipple! LOL It was great to actually see what it looked like. We re-climbed
(paths…but at 100 degrees) through all of the same area and then our guide,
Lily, pointed to a huge crevice high up in a peak and said that there was a
temple up there…400 steps up…who wants to go? Joe – ...
... the air is always constant, so in the summer it is cool and in the winter it is warm. Pretty neat. Here's a quote from Brian that sums this all up, "When was the last time you went hiking in the middle of China, in the dark, with a bunch of people you don't know." Craziness! Anyway we get to a clearing, surrounded by the craggies and the guide shines her penlight up at the top of a mountain and traces a silhouette made by the shape of the mountain. It was ...
For the Dragon Boat Festival in June, we assembled an international team of shena****ns-seekers for a trip to the countryside: Fabio, Huang Qian, Sophie, Charlie, Jacqueline, me, and David. In that group, there are three representatives of the People’s Republic of China, two Americans, one Italian, and one citizen of Luxembourg, who we suspect may be some kind ...
... Qinyu, I'd not found any which foreigners were 'allowed' to stay in (a typical story in China). I imagine that I could possibly have arrived in town and successfully hunted for a place, but that's a risk I'm not too keen to take.
Essentially, there wasn't much to be said about Fuding - an interesting enough place to walk around, so long as you're happy watching ordinary Chinese people living ordinary Chinese lives (which I certainly am).