Last night at the campsite I tried sleeping on strategically placed clothing in lieu of a sleeping pad. You probably didn’t read the last post so what happened is this: I didn’t have a sleeping pad with me, and the floor was concrete. It was a miserable night. I’m unqualified to give advice, but bring a sleeping pad and a legit pillow. A blow up one, or borrow one from the airplane you’ll be on. You’ve likely booked a round trip ticket so you can return it then. Then again, you’re likely to be much more tolerant of misery than I am; in that case, you’ll be fine without any of those luxuries.
This day I was headed for Sangyi, in Maoli County. The road I was mainly on was the 119. The riding was largely uneventful in terms of serendipitous encounters. There were some nice roads on the 119 and a few cool things to see.
My stop for the day was the above 3D steps. The Maoli area is very interesting as a riding destination. There are signs in many places showing bike routes such as this one:
My adventure in Maoli continues with the next post, thanks for reading.
Day’s total: 24 miles / 39 km
Elevation gain: 1513 ft / 461 m
Moving time: 4:05:55