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Our hotel was a lovely Chinese house and a very good choice. Our concierge remarked that they had 24h warm water in the hotel (which after living in Shanghai seems to be commonsense everywhere places but of course is not normal in a country like China). And she said that we would even have one of the two rooms with river view which was indeed nice. The view over the houses was intereting – very much the China from the countryside. I will post a ...
... ping pong in China. There was also one of those funny old exercise machines from the 50s where you put the strap around your hips and it jiggles you. A joke of an exercise, but an excellent massage!
Monday morning was an early wake up call to head out to the mountain. Huangshan is the most famous mountain in China for how beautiful it is. It is a 7000 step climb to the top, and then loads more hiking around at the top to see all the magnificent views. The 7000 ...
... the karma goes
with them- as wise Angus taught me in Shanghai when I lost my bus pass they had
bought me with like $20USD worth on it (whoops!).
So far I must absolutely say this has been quite a thrilling
train ride as- besides getting to try a bunch of random snacks this girl next
to me brought from home- all appearing home-made and of what I have no idea as
she speaks no English at all lol, but regardless they are quite hung hau chur!
... of this site you have to walk through "Zhi Town" where calligraphy tools and other souvenirs are sold. It is called zhi town because one of the calligraphy works is famous for having the character zhi in it a lot. Each zhi is unique.
Our final two stops weren’t historic sites but were still interesting. We stopped at a tea place where you sit through a short presentation about Longjing Tea (Hangzhou’s famous tea) and get to try ...
As we drove around the city, all we could see was huge boxes everywhere and trucks moving goods around. We were pretty sure this is where a lot of good are made and we could make out factories in the buildings. It was eye opening especially after all the documentaries we have seen.
We then went to another city called Hengdian, which is China's equivalent to Hollywood and Universal Studios. ...