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... a game ensues. They set out a price and hand a calculator to you, a positive sign that the bargaining has commenced. You come back with a price that is way lower and they laugh. And then they punch in more numbers on the calculator and hand it back to you. Back and forth you go---even sometimes walking away-until everyone is happy and they wrap up your purchase and you part as friends.
Beijing was chosen tonight ...
... to just sit back and enjoy my music on my Ipod.
When we arrived, we bought our passes which, unlike yesterday, was quick and simple despite another lengthy trip to the nearest convenience. Once again there was an armada of tourists with fancy cameras and tour guides asking if we needed their services (not knowing we had been put of guides for life after yesterday's debacle). Even from the ticket office, the view was simply outstanding, at the foot of ...
... to enter the Cable Car cue (yes another cue). Finally, we managed to shake him (mostly because the cue left the public area) and we climb aboard our cable car and sped off at a surprising high speed towards the mountain.
The Journey up was incredible, in every way. A stunning landscape combined the morning sun gleaming over the tips of the mountains ahead, it was enough to take your breath away. And then we began to climb. The Cabin was built for 8 people ...
... 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 ...
... due to the crowds, so we are among the first to “test drive” it. There are eight long tiers of moving stairs in the section that takes us from the top of the mountain to Heaven’s Gate, which we estimate is a descent of about 1,200 feet. After we marvel at the unique Heaven’s Gate formation, and take some fun photos here, we hop onto the next section of the escalator, which is 6 tiers and descends approximately 700 feet to ...