A：Wow! What a beautiful scenic spot. It's so open. And just breathe that fresh air,you can almost taste its freshness.
B：You can have a bird view of Cuilin City from the top of the mountain .
A：Wonderful! I'll often come here for mountain climbing.
B：You should. Many Guiliners, especially the old and the young, will climb mountains here in the moming.
A：No wonder people say, Even the immortals would rather be Guiliners.
B：...Quick ! Pass me your binoculars. Look at that bird...I've never seen one of those before. It's indigenous to Guilin, and an endangered species too. This is lucky.
A：I didn't know you liked bird watching.
B：I don't really. I just like wildlife, and you don't get to see too much of it in the city. This place is full of it.
A：Where are you going to play this weekend?
B：I have not given it much thought. Do you have any good suggestions?
A：I want to spend two days in the mountains with friends. The city is too noisy. Do you know Tanzhe Temple?
B：I have been there. It is in the middle of the mountains. It is not noisy there and you have to be a vegetarian.
A：Do you want to climb the mountain with us ?
B：Does it have enough lodging?
A：No problem. The temple is quite large.
B：There are many ancient pine trees there. It is especially quiet at night. It is wonderful to listen to the monks chanting while listening to the soothing sound of the winds in the pine trees.
A：I'm getting a little excited now. What clothes should I wear?
B：Take some thick clothes with you. It is rather cold there at night. If you wear the T-shirt you're wearing now, you will become a 'popsicle'.
A：Anything else I should bring?
B：If you like taking pictures, you may bring a camera with you.
A：Needless to say.
A：In 1986，a New Zealander Hakett popularized Bungee as a commercialized sport of mass entertainment. This sport is very challenging. It is a test of people's psycological ability of endurance. Especially when descending, as if they are watching a fast forward tape and when they bounce back, they sway around. The timid people will shrink back at the sight of it. Even if they jump off, they find it hard to avoid screaming with closed eyes. No wonder people give the title 'brave' to anyone who jumps off.
B：You see，the bungee participants take a deep breath when they stand at the starting spot and then，like diving，their heads are over heels and they jump off into the realm of the combination of heaven and earth. The wind roars at their ears and their bodies rapidly descend. They do not even have enough time to do several gymnastic movements and they are rebounded to the upper air by the cord.
A：Entrusting life to the care of a rope indeed requires infinite courage.
B：A young French fellow recalled his first bungee experience and said, "When I fastened the cord and walked to the platform, I was extremely nervous. When I looked down, I was nervous even more. If the cord had broken, I would be knocked to 'bakemeat'. However, I knew my worries were unwanted. I was afraid if I retreated others might say something about me. I had to harden my heart and impose my head downward. I only felt wind wiring at my ears. My body rapidly descended. I thought that after only seven or eight seconds I was rebounded to upper air by the cord. In fact it was 30 seconds. Maybe because of my nervousness, I only felt seven or eight seconds. When rebounding to the high altitude, I felt a sudden sense of relief. I did not feel nervous very much，but very comfortable."
A：It is hard to come by in life that you experience this kind of 'comfortable'