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... the mountain so half of our ride is in pea soup! Maybe that was a good thing as we paid for the glass bottom cable car and we really couldn't see how high we were! The cloud was thick at the top but cleared briefly to see the Buddha and get a photo. We wandered around for about an hour - there is a lovely little village up there before taking the cable car back (still in cloud!) Had a coffee in Starbucks before the 30 minute train ride back to ...
... the next morning around 8am. When we arrived on the bus we were surprised to see it was kitted out with beds. I've never seen a bus with full on beds. Three rows of bunks laid end to end. It didn't look too bad until we were shown to our beds. At the back of the bus, where the aisle ended, there was a huge honey moon suite of a bed, except this was more of a honey moon bed for Hugh Heffner as five people were expected to sleep on it with ...
... actions how I use chopstick two. Suddenly my fingers seem to work and the lady smiles, none of them speak English so I kind of say thank you and for some reason look like I'm about to pray to them with my Buddha prayer appreciation. I get through all my dim sum and cannot believe how amazing it was, forget any other I've ever had, this was the best by far, although filled rice noodles and chopsticks just do not work! Feeling stuffed I take my bill to the ...
This morning we farewelled the last of our Intrepid group and our tour guide Peter. It was sad to say goodbye to Peter as he had been so wonderful and looked after us so well for the last 2 weeks. He certainly kept us busy but made every day a breeze to travel. He got our tickets, lead our way, ordered our meals, did our bartering, taught us Mandarin, fed us at his cooking school and introduced us to his family. He was a lovely man and a great Ambassador for his country. ...
... hear from you while I'm so far away. Truly, when I'm in China (and this year I'll be starting out in Hong Kong) I am really far away from anything that is familiar. I can’t wait to see who responds to my posts. I love hearing what you write and that helps me think about what to post in future posts.
So, break open your chopsticks and grab a dumpling or two and enjoy what will unfold during this next month. I wish you all well in whatever it ...
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