Floral Palace Hot Spring Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... in line or talking on the phone while serving a customer, while in
the western world this would be consider rude or disrespectful.. It is merely
just a part of their culture like tipping is in the western world.
The highlight of today was definitely the Welcome Dinner,
with everyone having arrived despite their horribly delayed flights (and I
thought my flight was stressful) the leaders (??? ImmerQi) took us all out for
... a Swedish guy from the hostel who was heading to the Forbidden City. I told him he would lose his lighter and he gave it to me to look after as he'd had it all his time he's been travelling and was emotionally attached to it. Turned out he would lose it later that evening after I gave it back to him but oh well. I bought a new lighter on the walk. An iPhone 5 lighter. It was pretty cool. Tom also bought a selfie stick! We noticed we got to the duck place when we saw a giant ...
... hours from Xiamen in south China on the sea. The "soft sleeper" is a small cubical about 7 feet wide, and tall enough for two bunks arranged on each side.
The lower bunks cost a little more and have a tray-sized shared table between them under the window. The upper bunks have no such furnishings, but do have two folding seats out in the common hallway looking out the window on the other side of the train, also a big bonus... an ...
... Dude, you really want to get up there, eh?" Me: "Hellz ya... have you seen the pictures of the view?! You guys with me?" Mike: "Well, we‘re geologists right... we were thinking more like checking out the foundation of the thing, ya know... we'll see you up there!" With that I was off... first to the chairlift, first from my group on the wall! With a furious pace I set off to do the impossible... conquer tower 23! Like a game of capture the flag, I could see ...
... it really does snake over the mountains and you have to practically rock climb up parts of it! We first had to take a dodgy looking cable car to actually get up to the wall because it sits right on the very top of the mountains. That was a huge task in itself because I am soo scared of heights and of course the lack of health and safety out here had me abit worried but we are still here to tell our tale luckily!! Anyway the views that met us when we got to the top ...