Wenling International Hotel
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Caught train with Stephen and Will out to Linhai to see the 'Great Wall', supposed to be second to the 'Great Wall' at Beijing. In fact a City Wall. We walked up to the wall and then walked along for a fair distance, but it was pouring with rain. You could actually walk all around it in 2.5 hours but we went off to find ...
... By the end of the day, we had been up for close to 19 hours! J and D had some trouble staying awake at the show . . . :-(
On the bus trip to our hotel, Lucy, our local guide filled us in on the history of her city. Xian was the capital of China for many years . . It is loaded with high rise buildings! Some different from our hometown of Smithfield! :-). One interesting bit of trivia Lucy shared with us - along the ...
This morning we leave Chang De at 8 am. It is very cloudy, the road is wet, and the traffic is heavy. We drive 400 km towards Tong Shan where we take late lunch at almost 3 pm. Tong San is famous for its stalactites and stalagmites water cave that is 5 km long. ...
Yup…this was your kind of day, Joe. We spent the day and had
a wonderful time at the National Park – Yandang Eco Park, which was where we
saw the Light Show the night before.
. We went to a new part of the park and hiked up to the
Dragon waterfall, which was so beautiful. It reminded me of Bridal Veil in CO.
Of course, this hiking is a bit different than Joe HikingJ Let’s just say that
there were mostly stone ...
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China burns coal to produce power in its thermal power plants. Massive hydro projects like the 3 Gorges Dam are few and far between. Coal is cheap and plentiful, so it gets burned. Trouble is, coal can be dirty. It contains small amounts of mercury and potentially high amounts of sulfur. These things, along with the ash produced, result in air pollution. I am more keenly aware of my energy consumption ...