Huangshan Xingang Hotel
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... Troy and the girls hiked it. We were so glad we spent the 80 rmb on the cable care though. It was absolutely stunning. The clouds stuck close to the mountain but the cable car emerged out of the clouds and we saw the huge green mountains on all sides. It was a stunning ride. We took about 200 photos each in the short 10 minute ride.
Our trip ended with the Chinese bluffing game, magic tricks, and songs on the bus. We ate dinner at Vineyard ...
... one taking a break on the side of the path, we felt a bit silly for being out of breath ourselves when these guys, using only a bamboo pole, were carrying sometimes hundreds of pounds worth of stuff up and down the same steep staircases.
We definitely took our time making our way back to the cable car station, enjoying many of the same viewpoints that we had passed the first go around and a few new ones that had been too crowded to stop at originally. It was ...
Today I finally went to the Huangshan Mountains (Shan=Mountain in Chinese). I departed from the hostel together with some other Chinese tourists and two French tourists. We took the first bus from the hostel to Tangkou, from there we had to take another bus in order to go to the cablecare which would take us up. When we arrived in Tangkou I had actually no idea what to do next, I knew what I planned to do, which route ...
... hostel. 2) A basic Chinese wouldn't have been a bad idea as only very few here can speak English. 3) A (to me) completely different and (again) unknown culture. My first plan was to stay here until the end of my stay on China (the 8th of December), but I decided to go to Beijing too ^^ I will go there on the 4th of December and visit the Forbidden City and see the Great ...
... for the visuals in Avatar, unfortunately it was pretty much completely submerged in mist so we didn't get to see a whole lot apart from a tonne of Chinese tourists in yellow ponchos with matching plastic trousers and blue over shoes following round tour guides on loud hailers. We hiked up which was hard enough but these poor buggers were carrying backbreaking loads of rice and food all the way up the ...