Wuyi Mountain Jingmin Glof Hotel
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... to go back down a parallel street there it was! Really eerie and definitely abandoned. I looked in the crack between the locked doors and there were some pews and an altar, all in a shambles. China is so weird!
Further down the road was a really old temple, but it was almost time to meet Suki, my host, so I went back to the front of the park.
She worked right outside the park entrance, so it was no trouble to ...
... and beans. One of my favourite dishes so far in all of China!
They told me the cold soup was only good to eat in the summer and it had cool properties in Chinese medicine, so it was good for us, especially after all the beer and greasy "hot" food we ate all weekend.
I said goodbye to the entourage and we made some loose plans to maybe go to Xiamen for the upcoming September holiday.
... There were also some propaganda tourism videos actually projected onto the planet, which showed scenes from Jiangxi's tourism board. It was quite mesmerizing and I forgot my camera, sorry.
Then, we went for a short drive to see the pagodas and the bridge lit up at night. When we got home, I washed my clothes on the "antibacterial" setting because they stunk so bad still. It took two hours and I didn't get to bed until 11!
... and stretched all night, washed some clothes and took a shower. I went to bed early, with my feet elevated because I was afraid of tendinitis from abusing my poor ankles. I woke up to a bunch of drunk people entering the house. I heard someone puke and then I heard everyone leave. Doreen sounded like she was sick. How did they get so drunk it was only 9 pm! I just pretended to be asleep, in the morning I thought I'd leave before she woke ...
... night I booked online as soon as I'd made the decision (two hours before taking the taxi), because I knew I'd arrive late. I stayed in what turned out to be one of the, if not THE most amazing hotel I've ever been to. Luxurious is an understatement, really, especially for a dedicated backpacker like me.
So I started my first day in Wuyishan with a hot bubble bath, a gourmet breakfast, and couple of hours in the swimming pool, sauna and gym (all free?!). I felt like ...