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Wake up before 5:30 am because we want to see the sunrise over east peak at Huangshan. People is going up and down outside from a lot of time ago. We get dressed quickly, put some warm clothes on because it is cold outside and start going up a lot of stairs. When we reach the top, more than half of the clothes we are wearing have to go out because …
Sorry for the long delay. This will be a long post as there is a lot to cover. Was too tired on the mountain to post anything. Took the overnight train to Haungshan from Beijing. For some unknown reason I decided to save $10 by opting for a "hard seat" ticket rather than a sleeper ticket with a bed. It ended up being a very uncomfortable but interesting and ultimately worthwhile experience. I was definitely the only foreigner in the hard seat carriage. It was completely packed, including ...
... 72 of them were held in this region. This situation ended at end of Qing dynasty (1911), but was previously literally a license to become very wealthy.
We toured the home of wealthiest man in village, named Wang Ding Gui, who had built a very large home (20,000 sf and 66 rooms) filled with beautiful carvings. Fortunately, he had enough foresight to escape with his family to Hong Kong before Mao’s brutal Cultural Revolution, which ...
... Yellow Mountains, and the last rural adventure section of our trip, prior to finishing up in Hong Kong.
After a short 50 minute flight, we land in Huangshan, which means yellow mountain, and is the main city in this beautiful region. The population of the city is 1.5 million, which is seen as a “small” city in China. Hu Jintao, the former president of China was born in this town. The XingAnjiang River flows through town and goes to ...
... not too strenuous and we stopped many times to take in our surroundings, catch our breath and take a few photos. It was VERY foggy day.
Later in the day we ventured out again, this time walking down to the entry of The Xihau Grand Canyon - a 4km roundtrip. There were many pretty areas, but the fog hung around and the area’s full spectacle was unfortunately ...
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