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... hiking and had an easy start to the day. Once refreshed, we decided to once again visit the park and pick up from what we’d missed the day before. Rocky, our hostel caretaker, circled a few things on the map, and we again where on our way for the park.
This time around, the weather was a bit misty than from the days before, but added a mystical affect when draped over the mountains. On our last day, we took things more easily. No climbing mountains for us that day. Instead, ...
... incredible our planet (or humanity if its man made) is to have created such a thing. By taking photos are we just taking it for granted or by looking through a lense, are we failing to understand what an incredible place we are in? (I've been doing Ti Chi on the mountain for too long, if I'm not careful, when I return to England I will be speaking in nothing but riddles).
Anyhow, the places labelled by the Chinese made us laugh. In England, we have named ...
... and so he worked out who we were.
By this point we had entered the main building and joined yet another cue. but because it was the type of cue that snaked up and down in tight turns, the only time he could pester us was when the cue reached an open space. Kenneth (our Chinese friend) even asked the police to get rid of him but they did nothing. It could have been quite nasty, especially when he was trying to look at our passport ID which we were showing ...
... valley's, we arrived in the sunny city of Zhengjiajie (which was surprisingly warmer than Changsha even though we were higher up). The mountains were unreal. We Mulan was being illustrated, the background in the song "Girl Worth Fighting For" was these mountains I'm sure of it.
After grabbing some food, we went for a wonder round the town and found a Pagoda at the top of a small leafy hill. It was free and close by so we thought "why not" and went to climb it. What ...
... make the description of China as a developing country pretty laughable; this feat of engineering was achieved when Britain was still a swamp.
Then we took a 22-hour train to Zhangjiajie, my first properly long train journey and also my first time in a train dining carriage. Everyone eats giant pot noodles, as there's free hot water, but the slurping is close to unbearable!
From there, we visited the Wulingyuan National Park, which is one of the most ...