Yijia Hotel Yuetuchun
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... shape other than a rock? Why do they all need accompanying stories? Why can't we just look at the beautiful and interesting rock formations and appreciate them as they are? I don't have all the answers in life.
For lunch, we piled back into the cars to Hongcun, where the rest of the entourage snacked on pig's feet and I mostly ate jellied tofu. We were all getting sleepy, we we were glad ...
... By then I was feeling bad because of all Bob's efforts, as well as all the distance his cousin brought me in his fancy SUV. They waited with me for over an hour and got me on the bus without any problems. It was really very kind and again, there was no way to repay them. I left feeling relieved that I didn't have to go to Nanchang anymore, but also feeling guilty that I caused so much concern to his family!
I got to Shangrao ...
... granite formations everywhere. Some of them had names like jade rabbit and fairy's finger etc. I met a nice couple that showed me the way when I almost went really wrong. It was expensive, but it was nice and cool at the top, kind of worth it to leave the sticky sauna of the city. Then I began the descent. It started out ok but soon the stairs were literally crumbling under my feet. I had started to wish I had worn shoes instead of ...
... means "helpful person" to me. They told me that yes, the subway was indeed closed and one of them personally escorted me to the temporary bus that would bring me to the main train station for my next train to Shangrao.
It cost 5 yuan but of course I wasn't paying attention and put a tenner in. Oops, this bus cost $2 instead of $1. Ha. Wherever the bus dropped us off must've been the exit to the train station, because I wandered around again, ...
... 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 ...