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... and the guy kept yelling at me, telling me that that was the only way I was going to get home. I didn't like his attitude and his high price, so I walked off. As SOON as I did, One taxi driver who had been watching us immediately offered 100. I didn't like the price, but he was straight to the point, nice, and offered me a better price, so I went with it. Funny thing: when I was going to accept, the original taxi driver also offered 100. I didn't like him so I went ...
... unceremoniously 50 metres above the Bamboo forest and be hurtling at a rate of knots towards the other side of the valley. By the time you've realised it, it's almost over but the Bamboo forest looks astonishingly beautiful and the view down the valley as well as the small village is something to take in! There is a reasonably short period of time between starting the zip and crossing the middle section before realising that whatever that thing at ...
... please get closer to the
During our tour in the Yellow mountains
we were told that “fire proofing is a must for your appreciation of
the views” and we should “look out for our step while looking for
our admiration”, of course after every one was called on “to
practice civilised behaviours”.
... taken this chicken from their backyard that afternoon (upon our arrival) and killed and plucked it for our dinner. Instead, we ordered a big plate of bamboo with pork, and a plate of potatoes (a delicacy for us here!). Our hostess also convinced us to order a bright green drink in a can, which we had never seen before. It was yet another bamboo product. But tasted like bamboo syrup, drenched in sugar, and room temperature. Ha. Fun fact: Bamboo is a ...
... moon of Mid-Autumn Festival) are densely packed sweets. They sort of look like more neatly packed and intricately ornated pot pies, only with a sugary interior. Their contents are typically a mystery to us, and we are sometimes surprised by less than ideal fillings such as a hardened egg yolk. The fruit filled moon cakes, however, are quite pleasent. Aside from moon cake feasting, we were able to enjoy a Women's World Cup soccer ...