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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... and up the mountain, I knew it was gonna be an ordeal to get back down.
The road twisted and turned as we stopped at what seemed like every corner to let someone on or off. When we got to the foot of the mountain, the bus driver recited a long speech in Chinese and half the people got off. Usually in this scenario, you should stay on the bus, and especially this time, two nice young men explained to me that we were ...
... 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 ...
... hotel for lunch a bit after 3. Everyone was starving and very tired.
After lunch Todd, David, Eric and I played mahjong to the delight of the locals that were passing by. We attracted quite a crowd. The bus driver appeared and came to help us play as he had been playing all day with the people from the hotel. He was able to show us what we should be saving and throwing out. Then it was a rest time before heading out to dinner.
Vivian had spied a restaurant that ...
... br> We arrived at our hotel all starving as it must have been after 2pm. The hotel is near the edge of the cliff. There is a road in front of it an then the cliff.There are no buildings along the edge. Lunch was surprisingly good. Everyone scoffed down all that we were given. After a short we were off to explore.
We walked through the village, then into the end of the valley. There were a lot of people selling honey. They had all their ...
... carry on sized suitcase. Selena and I then spent the afternoon exploring downtown and grabbed some American food - Dairy Queen and McDonalds. We finished the day by riding the nostalgic bus number 30 home which Selena rode many times growing ...