Xuan Yuan International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... person. Nobody had seen that side of me yet.... I didn't speak to anyone and instead of being the last person in the pack when we made it up to the top of the mountain, this time I led us all to the sunrise spot, charging full speed up the hill...The mist and clouds were beautiful and heavy. We sang "ain't no sunshine when she's gone" together at the top before deciding to descend when we realised there really was no hope of a sunrise... It was ...
... of nowhere and into the clouds again. It was oddly similar to the stone forest we had visited a couple of stops ago, except this time a lot higher up!
The views from the top were absolutely unreal. It was so amazing to see the weather change while we were up there and we were incredibly lucky to have a chance to view some areas with crystal clear blue skies and others when the thick foggy layer of clouds had rolled in. As we traversed these steep sets of stairs ...
... to actually get to the mountains.. So I asked the French couple from the hostel and they invited me to join them :) We had no idea where to buy the tickets, so we followed a group of Korean tourists hoping they might also be on their way to buy the tickets. Too bad, they went somewhere else. Then we asked people where to buy the tickets by showing at the map for the place we wanted to go. We bought our tickets ...
... 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 ...
... on a tour of two historical villages, Honcun and Xidi. We thought it was just a hostel run tour so were pretty surprised when a massive coach full of 50 something chinese tourists pulled up, complete with a tour guide who spoke for pretty much the whole hour long journey I think without breathing. Once we got to the villages however we were allowed to wander off on our own. Both villages were ...