Huangshan Huanqiu Hotel
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... hopefully this isn't our last chance at a power drive but right now we appreciate Bruce's sentiment. I type this sitting on a bus from Hangzhou to Tungkou in China. Despite the smoggy surroundings and being sat directly behind a cigarette puffing, phlegm coughing driver there is still an atmosphere of serenity surrounding me and Donna.
Despite our romantic tour of ...
... explore the mountains.The first point of call was breakfast (a choice of two options, Chinese or English). As the Chinese breakfast was free we chose this option....mistake!! As Harry ate, what can only be described as gruel, I smiled politely and refused to eat! Another day on an empty stomach!
We went went up the mountain today which was beautiful, awe inspiring, totally amazing. It looked like where ...
... to visit, over 1/5! And tomorrow should be interesting.
Well, now that the rant is over, todays pics should be fewer and so will the storytelling because typing on a tablet screen takes ages and so do downloading pics. I work up at 6 and took an early bus to the yellow mountain about an hour away. The place is huuuuuuge and gorgeous, so gorgeous in fact tat i took over 500 pics without realizing. I have tons of deleting to do tonight since my tablet doesnt have much memory ...
PS. The pictures I took are on my phone and I don't know how to put them on this computer. If you want an idea of what the place looks like, Google Huangshan City and look at the pics.
As you all know, after I got off the Doom Train at 9 am on the morning of the 3rd, I found a hostel. The first thing I did was take a shower to rid of all the gunk gathered after being awake for about 24 hours, climbing a mountain, several naps, and ...
... were several tour groups with their noisy tour guides (all equipped with microphones and personal loud speakers) either wearing yellow or red hats (don't ask us why).
After buying the entry tickets we were soon in a nice Austrian-built cable car who brought us up the mountain (we were really too lazy to do the several hours climb).
We had not been promised too much by people saying the Huang Shan (also known as Yellow Mountains) are some ...
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