Huangshan Xingang Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
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... gave us a nice view back up the mountain. At one point Daniel and I noticed a sign "the best view on Mount Huangshan", this was definitely a lie as we looked into thick trees! At the bottom we all caught up and then split again with Brendon and Toon heading to see the town and the rest of us heading for the World Famous Huangshan Hot Springs. These were truly fantastic, I cannot stress this enough! It could be due to all ...
... detour. We took many pictures along the way even if what little we could see at the mountain doesn't really show. The walk was still really good fun though as we all wandered together, stopping for snacks and to tie our makeshift rain covers back onto our backpacks! The walkways were interesting, sometimes along (probably) cliff edges, and other times through very narrow rock cracks. I think everyone was happy to arrive at the hotel though and it was very nice - so it should be for ...
... took a shower and dried myself with the hairdryer in the bathroom.
For dinner we ventured out to find hot food and the restaurant we saw close to the hotel was closed and the hotel itself was offering a buffet (that didn't look appetizing for almost 200RMB per person! We bought instant noodles (illegally from the store outside our rooms which isn't allowed to sell them) and made them in our room. Then we found Avatar on my iPad and paid a whopping ...
... Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. The main area that we first were standing in front of was the beautiful pools that served almost as a partial moat for the center of the village with a wonderfully picturesque arched bridge running across the center of the pond. It was no wonder we saw several of the students using this bridge as the focal point for their projects since it really was a beautiful scene. After crossing over the bridge we made it into the center of town and ...
... that offers an insight into one of China's ethnic minority groups - The Hui.
A visit to the China Huizhou Culture Museum proved to be a wonderful addition to my trip. It is a comprehensive museum in Anhui province covering all aspects of the Huizhou culture including architecture, art, science and technology, customs, history and etiquette. The Huizhou culture was well-known in a historical period running from the Southern Song Dynasty (1127 - 1279) to the ...