Wuyi Mountain Villa
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... was inessential.
When I bought my train ticket this time, I was pleasantly surprised to see the man behind me tell off the people in front of me for cutting in line. He even yelled at me for not saying anything to them. I yelled back "I don't know!" (TEE BOO DOHNG) at him.
When we arrived at Yingtan, I noticed a couple and child getting off the train with me. They were speaking English to each other for some ...
... 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!
August 18 Doreen took me to breakfast at her office cafeteria and even gave me lunch in a little container to take with me. Aw. She also gave me a huge bag of fruit. By the end of the day I had devoured all of it! After breakfast she helped me buy a ticket to San Quin mountain. There was wifi on the bus even! I thought I would hike the mountain instead of taking the cable car but the woman shook her head when I tried to only give her money ...
... out, getting on the first bus I saw, assuming it would take me somewhere interesting. Which it did!
I called out and got off the bus when it reached an amazing river with a breathtaking view to this one amazing mountain peak. I sat there for a few minutes, overwhelmed, just looking at the passing bamboo rafts and the view. Then I decided to walk in the general direction of the peak, even though it didn't look climbable. After a while, I'd reached the ...