Jingyang Business Hotel
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... Between the lakes as you walk down there are several waterfalls connecting them. Some are small and hardly noticeable whilst others are huge and fantastic displays.
Each lake and water fall is named after something that it resembles.
Sometimes its obvious.
Mirror Lake - For its clear reflections
Grass Lake - Surrounded by grass
Swan Lake - For the visiting swans
Panda Lake - For the very occasional giant panda that has been ...
... temple of the day, the large Xianfeng set under rugged cliffs. We passed a few friendly Chinese coming up as we made our way down to the atmospheric courtyard of our next temple, Hongchun Ping. Around four hours after we set off we reached the 'Ecological Monkey Zone' which was basically a series of swing bridges crossing a small river where monkeys were waiting in anticipation of the tourists. It was clear that this was how far the Chinese tours came up the mountain ...
... br> with only a few days left, i will be truly sad to leave this incredible city. i feel as if i have settled into a new way of life here. i no longer drop my food with my chopsticks. the cloudy weather doesn't affect me. the humidity isn't too bad. i no longer dislike eating white rice for two of three meals of the day. but more than anything, i understand how a whole new society lives everyday.
... that I am having a bit if of a hard time with is the difference in mannerisms which is so far from what we are used to , for example the way people are contantly spitting and snorting Everywhere, even inside. I know that this is part of the culture and I am trying to be accepting, but today it was just too much for me. We were at the pool and people were swimming and others were just spitting in the pool and spitting up chunks right into the pool. The other thing is ...
... We *did* happen upon an area that looked like it should have been bustling with people (especially for a Sunday) but, instead, was totally empty with chairs stacked on tables and wait staff looking bored. What's going on? Where IS everyone on this gorgeous Sunday afternoon? We walked around for a bit but didn't come across anything looking Tibetan Quartery. Hmm. I mean, this "Tibetan Quarter" is really only something mentioned on our hostel ...