chase the given path upon landing,
and maintain an equilibrium while wriggling-through a "hiker-friendly" pedestal that's not meant for the weak & the heavy. The metallic railings of which, though offers safety to trekkers must be grasped w/ all might - to avoid the equally starving JAWS - waiting in an open mouth down the rapid river.
Ensure to keep an eagle's eye on your fellow walker - in your sides or front.
as well as those suicidal 'spidermen & women' crawling/passing, in contrary.
Be extra careful! The hill is getting steeper and rougher everytime. (TIP: those holes could aid your toes - just dodge the bitings of wild mountain squirrels ).
and hundreds more stair lanes are in-stake (remember: scale of which is taller than the last).
Before sundown then came relief. Amidst the scaring heights and battery of tests, we've reached our target, at last! KUDOS!
all those feets (and stomachs) lead for goodtimes in The GREAT RESTAURANT of CHINA - whose fame transcends all borders. A picture-perfect haven quite close to heaven.
Add to this: If one managed to get-in the finish line with his/her breathing and grippings still in-tact, the resto's marketing promo in case you hadn't heared, is "EAT ALL YOU CAN" and lots and lots of free. 100% free-of-charge - if arrived w/ complete body parts, and 50% FREE, - if either injury or wound-free. Sans as of course the suspense and thrill of one whole-day of mountaineering experience. Alas, however, a climbing-diploma can only be provided by the management LEST, you return home in rightful condition.
Are you going ? ...
But wait. What do u guess are "THE RESTAURANT's" divine specialty? - is it their infamous janitor crayfish or the globally-exported double dead chicken?.. :)
Tsk, Tsk. What these Chinese do for savings, hunger and adventure!. Life for them is also pretty hard, but exciting though.