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... and the others went to the village for a little shopping. The road wound up the hill along the edge of the cliff. There were a few more hotels and then an area that they called "four families area". Here, there were a few old houses but I noticed they were quite nice inside but they have kept the original facade.
Alongside the road it became shaded by big trees and quite thick vegetation. The air became very refreshing and clean. It was lovely to ...
... the water, lay in the sunshine trying to dry off and watched a lot of people. I then checked my phone and Brian had sent a message to say that it was further than they thought. The hole was just the start. They had to catch some transport and then walk up 500 metres of stairs and then they caught a little boat through the cave. I gave up waiting and strolled down the hill and found the "guide" in the village. They all arrived about half an hour later. We ended up getting back ...
... also for ventilation. It has turned out to be a great tourist attraction also as if it was just a tunnel it wouldn't be so special. Apparently the 12 "robust" men tied hemp rope around their waists and used steel bars and hammers to split the rocks as they were 119 metres up. The village is very small so I gather most people would be involved. They only had a rung,which I gather is a path that was about 1 metre wide so could only be used by people ...
Today we slept in and relaxed, ate good food and packed for my extremely early morning train ride to Beijing on Saturday. Quite a packing challenge and Selena definitely earned a badge of patience :) Wanted to play some badminton but that will have to wait... Also got a tour of Selena's dads company products and how they worked. Very ...
Lost the rubber on my suitcase wheel in Beijing upon arrival, so today we searched for a replacement suitcase. Was looking for one designed to transport suits. However, after much searching we found someone who told us how to pack my suits into ...