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One of the four most famous mountains in China, the highest peak of this mountain is 2158m high.
I arrived here last night, quite spontaneously. I'd decided I needed a few days break from training, and another girl was just leaving the school in a taxi here, so I joined her. I mean, it's not every day you get offered to join a 750 rmb, 3 …
... on the floor. Katie has taken ill. She had eaten a full meal the night before, and nothing ever came up in about an hour of intermittent trying to vomit. We think now it was more of a gagging reflex than nausea. We were not sure if this was food related, or sun stroke or dehydration, but we knew she had eaten well and drank plenty of fluids over the past few days, and we had not been in the hot sun for 2 days, so did not think that ...
... is being built all the way along the already high speed train. Two dreams of ours at the Budd Company in the early eighties now brought to fruition here in China. So cool.
We arrived right on time in Shangrao and were greeted by Wendi, our local guide here and in Nanchang. She is a wonderful young lady. After we checked in, we had a lunch across the street from the hotel, at which the food was presented with none of the traditional Jiangxi ...
... it might be a bit boring. We didn’t raft that day (although I hope to go back to do so), instead we went to a bridge that cross the river. The views from there are well worth the hike up, especially if you go out onto the bridge. There is an artificial waterfall, which is formed from a diversion of water from a canal, which makes the area very picturesque.
Personally, I had an amazing time. Thank you so much, ...
... that weren’t part of any travelling term break, blog them and see if they are enough of an answer.
I also offer the following (lose sight of the shore) that a friend found on the net and emailed to me some time ago and as to my interpretation of what a real life and job is…..
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYeohwa Resort Wuyi Shan
Everything about the stay in this hotel was perfect. It was expensive (115 USD) but it was seriously worth it. The breakfast is AMAZING, with a large variety of Chinese, American, Japanese and French dishes, meat, cakes, breads, salads, soups, cereals, dumplings and fruits and really everything. The room was spacious, comfortable, and offered more than I've ever seen in any other 5 star hotel, including salt for bath tub, four sets of robes and slippers, umbrellas, makeup removal kits and a bunch of other things you never imagine you'd find in a hotel. It had both a shower and a bath tub, both with never ending hot water and good water pressure , and the beds were SO soft and comfortable- a rare treat in China.
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