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... Vlieland, when the wind blows hard over the black water. And afterwards we eat pancakes in a small inn, and then we return home for hot chocolate milk next to tbe fireplace. Yeah, that is Dutch autumn. Did I tell you that people in this side of the country speak very loud? Even Sisi can not hear if they are arguing or not. Well, with 19 tents with those kinds of conversation around us we start the night. But at night I look outside, and the sky is a star filled ...
A day of travel. Our goal is the Yellow Mountains. In our orchestra, we sometimes play music by that name, but frankly, I have no idea if it is inspired by these mysterious fog shrouded mountains or not. If I feel the music rise within me when we actually climb them, I will be able to tell. These mountains are famous for their many peaks, and the gnarled and twisted pine trees, that grow on the most inaccessible outcrops, ...
... the town, which we just caught in the nick of time with the help of a local police man! So we were set and then Gabrelis had a marker on his GPS map from yesterday so we hopped off the bus. However we all looked around and decided it was not the same place so we turned to get back on the bus at which point he drove away! Not ideal but we did eventually sort out for a taxi to take us straight to the train station, via a ...
For hard seats we were very impressed by the comfort we enjoyed on the train and all had reasonable if short and broken sleeps. We got off and smoothly transferred to a bus just across the road from the train station which took us to Tangkou, the entry point to the mountain. Once we got to Tangkou though things were less clear. In my lonely planet book it reads as if from there you just start walking up an obvious flight of stairs, however there were all sorts of queue barriers ...
... whole followed by the seaweed soup. They had some very good fried shrimp and my favorite, eggplant. It was pouring outside so instead of checking out the old street we stayed inside the restaurant for an extra hour. We came up with some fun topics of discussion- the best were talking about what we do on our birthdays (I had the most detail- birthday swim, breakfast at Sunrise, lunch at Taste, pedicure and Bangkok Garden) and then we talked about what 3 living animals we would ...