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... from Xian, night train, 13 hours, hard sleeper, RMB 214 per person
Thursday, July 17
05.30: Arrival in Jingmen, waiting time - approx. 2 hours
07.30: Departure from Jingmen, train, 3 hours, hard sleeper, RMB 102 per person
12.00: Arrival in Zhangjiajie (our final destination)
Total cost: RMB 440 (USD 70!) per person
Time spent transportation: 24 hours
Journey time: 35 hours
From the very beginning we knew it was going to be ...
... tons of tourists and it wasn't even 9 am so we didn't spend much time. We caught a cable car down and did get a few good glimpses of the magnificent karst structures. After a few more bus rides we made it back to Zhangjiajie to pick up our luggage and for lunch. So far during this trip I have encountered many great signs where things have been mistranslated or could be misinterpreted. I'm sure if I was translating I would be just as guilty ...
... was filmed so they even had a few statues of the Avatar characters that you could take a picture of. It was unbelievable how many vendors selling food, drinks, and trinkets could be found. It seemed like every time you finished a section of stairs there was someone there trying to sell you something. The whole experience was a stark difference from Tiger Leaping Gorge that was much more difficult of a trek, but ten times more enjoyable. One of the highlights in the ...
We met our guide at the hostel in the morning before heading out to catch a cable car to Tianmen mountain. We ate breakfast along the way from street vendors - Tina has been pointing out all of the things that I must eat, and so far it has all been delicious.
Tianmen mountain is the highest peak in the area, and we had a clear sunny day so the views were spectacular! The landscape is very Chinese looking with lots of thin ...
... find somewhere for lunch. We were trying to find a lake but I think the map was not to scale as a temple marked on the map was a lot further along the road in reality. When we crossed the river, we were amazed to see all the women washing in the water. It was still cold so the water must have been bitter. We have been openly stared at by around 80%25 of people here. The older ones particularly as it was only a few years ago that "western" people have come to ...