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"China's most famous and probably most beautiful mountain?"
Climbed the amazing Huangshan and stayed overnight in the ballroom converted to dorm in the 4-star Beihai hotel for 80 rmb where privates go for a few thousand.
So far, the people in Southern China have been so much nicer and friendlier compared to the people in Beijing. And I think I'm finally getting the hang of China. Pushing and shoving people is completely acceptable behavior, there's always a separate line to buy a ticket and a separate line for entrance, and everyone eats this soupy bean stuff that …
I’ve been many places in China, but there are still so many more to go. On my list this year was Yellow Mountain (Huangshan) and now I can check that off! My traveling buddy, Eric, and I headed out on the overnight train from Suzhou to Huangshan; we left at 1030pm and got to Tunxi at 9am. We got our tickets late and couldn’t get a bed …
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Ming told us this Chinese saying: "There is no need to see other mountains if you have seen WuYue (the magnificent five); and there is no need to see WuYue, if you have been to HuangShan."
He continued, “But I need to warn you that the glorious scenes (e.g. the clouds, the sunrise) that you see …
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This is by far the most I've ever paid for a 6 bedroom dorm in Asia. Although I understand on many different levels, you're on a mountain, they have to carry everything in and you're in beautiful scenery. But they definitely weren't friendly by any means. When I asked if they provide towels, one of the employees shouted "NO" to me with no explanation. A guy who overheard explained that they only provide towels in the "bath room" and it's expensive... so bring a towel if you go!
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