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One of the main attractions in the area is the Changbai Mountain. It's actually a volcano, and has a big lake at the top. There are two ways to access it, from the west and from the north. On the west side you take a snowmobile up the mountain then hike a bit up to the lake. But I wasn't interested in that. I was interested in the open bowl skiing which is also accessed by snowmobile. I have read several blogs about the skiing here in China, and the ...
... 3 days skiing with equipment, 1 night of all you can eat hotpot dinner, huge buffet breakfast everyday (I mean a massive and ******* tasty breakfast), 1 ticket to the hot springs, 1 afternoon tea (cake and a hot drink), and discounts on any other local tours. ******* bargain. I am pretty sure a deal like that exists no where else. The hotel alone would cost you $600/night at a ski resort in the States.
So it's clear ...
... a little helpless, indecisive, and foreign, a kind stranger stopped and asked me in perfect English, “Do you need help?”
“Yes!” I declared, “I want the bus to Baihe”
“It’s over here” he replied, and pointed to a bus on the other side of the parking lot, that just now had turned on its lights and opened its doors.
“Perfect! Thank you!” I said, and followed him towards the door. ...
... within the park, plus the shuttle to get to the park totaled more than $50. In China, that’s a lot of money.
The bus ride to the gate was very long and slow. There were several photo radar traps and a few police cars along the highway. This meant the cars and busses drove very slowly on the flat, straight road to the mountain. However, once we were in the park the speed limits didn’t seem to apply. The ...
... people living here but the sharing and caring ethos behind their culture is great to hear about,their families are really important and they all take great care of one another and the sharing certainly makes meal times an experience. The cusine will also change as we head north apparently. They eat more rice in the south where its hot and more dumplings and hot pot as the climate gets cooler. I'll be sure to sample some for you all.
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