So we walked and walked, and, talking, we reached the first stop.
There is, indeed, a small "halt", a cafe where you can buy snacks and eat something hot (from the Chinese version, of course), a toilet and tables where you can eat or sit and relax overlooking the lake.

Red flower lake, Huizhou city, Guangdong province, China.
Red flower lake, Huizhou city, Guangdong province, China.

We walked so well, it was so calm around us, the Chinese were constantly overtaking us on bicycles, one by two, we walked and walked, talked, photographed and filmed a video, we did not even notice how we arrived at the first stop, to which we and wanted to get there.

Since I filmed short videos on the way, I throw them all to you, whoever has a desire, you can watch one part after another, I uploaded them all to my YouTube channel. But for those who are not ready to watch everything, in the last video under this post we just come to this parking lot.

Red flower lake, Huizhou city, Guangdong province, China.
Red flower lake, Huizhou city, Guangdong province, China.

Everything is clean, everything is cozy, the toilet is working, there is water, all the napkins and paper are present, in the heat, and despite the fact that everyone is walking and driving, that is, hot and sweaty, wash and rest - please.
But we did not see the herons, which were announced on the billboard at the beginning of the road.
Or fly somewhere, walk, or they are not now.
In the video, we are once again discussing the topic of where the herons have gone. :)))

After resting, looking at the lake, complaining that we were not in the mood for hiking, not dressed in sportswear and generally did not know that it was possible to walk so well here, we turned around and went in the opposite direction, besides, it was already getting dark, and we have to go 80 km to the house (we were in the city center, 80 km from us, and we live in the beach area).
We got back quickly, got to the house too quickly, and the park remained in our memory as a very beautiful, green and cozy place.
If we lived there side by side, I would definitely run or walk in it often.
In the final part, it remains for you to tell how such parks are organized in China, in terms of parking, rental and service of tourists (supposedly Chinese from all over China).

I will talk about this in the next, final post about our walk.

Continuation of the video from the walk:

1 and 2 parts you can see here:
Part 1.
Part 2.

To be continue.....