After that, we took a boat further in the Stone Forest and went into the caves which were artificially and colorfully lighted. Although unique, it made the whole experience seem....artificial. Not too keen of this attraction I will admit.
Day 3: We went to a Dinosaur Museum and it was full of fossils and..... well fossils. The place was really dark and wet, not to mention a foul stench. The dinosaurs that kept us company in the dark were all staring with empty eye sockets, as if they could turn alive at any moment.... It just gave off a creepy vibe ><
We arrived at an old town filled with rich culture and a very traditional school. Not to mention, the scenery at the highest point was nice too. Renovation was also carried out to preserve the condition of the place. The students there were really bonded, with no reliance on technology and playing games with one another.
Day 5: Another highly anticipated day. We would be ascending the Shangrila Shika Snow Mountain by cable car. Before we departed from the hotel, the tour guide warned us that it would be very cold but I had no idea what to expect and could only hope that bringing thick clothes and winter wear would be sufficient.