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It's been such a long journey I’m at the point where it’s easier to count the days left than days stayed. All I need to do is blink and another week has gone by. As of now, I’ve less than six weeks to go before I return home, and I’m just worried my remaining days will fly just as quickly.
I know this post is shorter than most, but only because of my latest trip to Zhangjiajie provided so many pictures. I wanted to upload what I could knowing later on ...
... fell in love with a mortal man (classic love story by all accounts). As a holder of a Performing Arts degree, I must saw that I had been looking forward to this all day. We arrived and the set was simply spectacular. Outdoors beneath the mountain with moonlight silhouetting the outline. The set was a complete authentic village with a make in front and we were lucky enough to hold front row tickets. If I ever see a show with special effects like that show ever again, ...
... 3) which we were already covered.
Thank goodness though, by this point we had finally tracked down the manager's wife and we had retrieved our tickets and passports plus my stomach had finally finished emptying itself so we were able to bury ourselves in the crowd from the tour guide. Fortunately the only person he had ever spoken to in our group was Laura over the phone so he had no idea who we were, unfortunately though Laura has a very distinctive ...
... travel involves a lot of document showing we had to be there pretty early and on arrival at Changsha Station we were greeted by two Giraffe cut bushes kissing each other (it was clearly going to be a long day). We sat in McDonalds for a good while (yes I have now eaten a McDonald's Breakfast and I hated it).
The train was comfortable enough (even after the 5 1/2 hours it took to reach Zhengjiajie. We were all sat reasonably close to each other which was good too. Next ...
Slow day, Jamie and I discussed going to Tianzi Mountain, it seemed complicated and probably would have cost at least $50USD in transportation and entrance fees, so we decided against it. Jamie decided to stay at the hostel and watch his kindle, while I set out solo around noon to see if I could top up my phone card. Walking to the city center I was surprised as the city was much larger than I thought and buzzing ...