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... br> The fog is everywhere and very thick. Looks like the ghosts have really pulled out all of the stops to make the place feel eerie. We dock at approx. 13.30pm for a visit to Fengu Ghost City to see why it’s regarded as the "City of Ghosts". Only up 400 steps but I reckon we didn’t do that many as we went up the road which meant that there was only about 200 steps each way. The temples are built on Ming Mountain ...
... lovely and in some parts the scenery looked like it was straight out of the swiss alps. We were taken from little shops, to museums, to Mao's preferred residence, etc. And because we were at the mountain, they said we must experience mountain climbing which was a 'short' walk. Well after much huffing and puffing, Trevor and I (obviously suffering fatigue) started singing the Proclaimers - 500 miles song, because we honestly walked for about 3 hours. Some ...
... the place that was on my ticket, all anybody could tell me was "wait 10 minutes".... Ummm ok I guess I didn't have a choice to not wait... but OK...
Anywho, when we finally paid our astronomical entry fee of 180 yuan, and took the long windy road up the mountain, I went and did the main hike in the park while it gently sprinkled rain. It was ...
... and then I felt like a true idiot: the cages in various states of declension made quite obvious that we had stumbled upon a shuttered zoo. Besides the bear pit, there were medium-sized mammal cages, bird cages, and what seemed to be a monkey house. I have talked before about that sweet spot of disrepair, and while this may not have been exactly there, it was pretty close and we had a great time just checking it out.
... the same way. Heading what we believed to be the right direction, we quickly left the crowds and climbed hundreds of steps past old homes, the path eventually leading right in front of some of them. An old man with cataracts, upon finding out where we were going, showed us the way with a word of caution: take the chairlift down, as if you try to walk all the way back, you won't get here til to-morrow morning. He was a very friendly man but may have ...