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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... are more foreigners here, but I still attract quite a bit of attention. On these narrow tracks packed with tourists I go ahead of Sisi to make room for her to pass. When I appear with my height I feel all eyes on me. "There comes a respectable foreigner!" (Lao Wei) "Look how tall!" When I start to move forward, apologizing and thanking people in Chinese, I get all kinds of surprised smiling faces. People ask me how I learned Chinese, and where I am from. For ...
... and 310 km/h (about 200 miles/h). It sure doesn't feel like it, because we gently float, and from the moving landscape I could not tell. The land around us is hilly with many small mountains, and tunnels for the train. It is humid and hazy. Temperatures are in the upper twenties, everything is very green. We see much land where the water table is regulated. Thousands of small rice fields, now dry, yellowing for harvest. ...
... and bag carrying but I think in any state sitting in the hot water with the cool rain dripping on you, laughing with friends, would be blissful. We also paid extra to go in the spring with the fishes to eat our dead skin, which was interesting but not that great, I am pleased to say I've done it though so I don't need to do it again! We all enjoyed the wine infused spring and the coconut milk spring and all the weird ...
... person for a twin! We showered and some of us sat to watch the final Edinburgh Uni boat compete at Henley Royal Regatta. They raced very well but unfortunately lost to a strong team. We all decided that we did not want to go back outside to find somewhere for dinner so opted to eat in one of the hotel's restaurants which was very nice. Unfortunately they were short on a few of their options and so I ended up having to eat chips and omelette! Except that they forgot to bring ...
... stairs all the way up. This Florida boy said, "of course!" It was a brand new world for me... I have never seen stairs on a mountain before. these were all stone and carved into the mountain. The hike would probably take days without them. Within the first 10 minutes we found ourselves on a flat platform breathing VERY heavily, bent over and grabbing for our water bottles. 10 minutes.... 10 minutes and barely .25 km into our 6 km hike.... UGH....