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Re: How about this tea house!

Postby rabbit » Jan 31st, '11, 20:01

That is soo cool! It seems like quite a liability though! I want to go there now!

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Re: How about this tea house!

Postby jaderabbit » Mar 3rd, '11, 15:21

There better be some damn good tea up that mountain is all I gotta say. :lol:

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Re: How about this tea house!

Postby tenuki » Mar 3rd, '11, 15:54

amazing

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Re: How about this tea house!

Postby greentam » Mar 3rd, '11, 17:00

That is amazing! It's very beautiful, but I am sweating bullets just thinking about it! I hate heights so much!

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Re: How about this tea house!

Postby Xell » Mar 6th, '11, 07:15

Saw this quite long time ago. If i remember right, it's a temple. Some years ago they closed most dangerous paths and added more easy way to get there. But this doesn't change the fact, that it's quite amazing place and certainly would be really interesting experience to drink tea at such place :D

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Re: How about this tea house!

Postby chamomileteaguy » Mar 12th, '11, 11:11

Heights are my Achilles' heel. No way I'd be going there... no matter how good the tea is. Feeling dizzy even looking at those pictures.

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Re: How about this tea house!

Postby takchi11 » Mar 22nd, '11, 08:44

This is awesome. I'm not sure if I have the guts to do it. How does one get back down? :roll:

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Re: How about this tea house!

Postby Chip » Mar 22nd, '11, 09:52

takchi11 wrote:This is awesome. I'm not sure if I have the guts to do it. How does one get back down? :roll:

Maybe nobody ever survives to come back down? :shock:

I would do this!!! I would be scared to death for the first 5 minutes or so.

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Re: How about this tea house!

Postby Chasm » Mar 22nd, '11, 19:18

I'm not sure if I would try this or not. From the pictures I'd guess my acrophobia would win, but the reality is I have a history of spectacularly stupid solo mountain hiking, acrophobia notwithstanding.

Looking more closely, I wouldn't try the south peak route shown in the pictures. The west and north peaks, yeah, I've done dumber things, sometimes alone. Meticulous attention to detail can get you through a lot of dumb stunts.

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