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... but apparently more beautiful west side. From where the bus dropped us off we had to get another bus to the entrance of the trail which took another half an hour.
We set off on the walk from the bottom at about 9am, when they said it was difficult, it was really difficult; the route we took was around 8km of steps, where we also decided to take the way to the peak of the mountain. All in all it took around 4 ½ hours to get to the top and it ...
Me and a group of friends decided to climb Mt. Huangshan which isn't very far away from Nanjing by train. We left on Friday afternoon and came back by night train on Monday morning.
I don't know if you have heard of this mountain which is also called the "Mountain of Mists" and which inspired many Chinese artists over centuries. The views are supposed to be out of this world, even inspiring the creators of Avatar. That's when there is good ...
... I actually have a plane ticket for tomorrow morning. (I do. I think.) In the evening, I went for a walk to People's Square via Nanjing Road and had some more delicious fried dumplings for $1. SO GOOD. Had a nice leisurely walk and then took the metro back to the Bund for a last look at Pudong at night. Then I went back to the lace next to my hostel for an hour long foot massage and headed back to my room. Phew. All caught up on the blog now. As I said, I took an insane amount of pictures ...
... pond area surrounded by beautiful old homes with classic roof lines. It was here that several of the heroes of the movie “walked across the water” in a number of scenes. After our tour of the village, we headed to the bamboo forest which was also used for filming the movie. It is a natural forest in the mountains behind Hongcun. The bamboo is interspersed with high mountain tea bushes, for which the spring picking season just ...
... during our tour of the area tomorrow. Ray tells us that during times of conflict in China, people have historically migrated to this area because it is a remote location and is generally not involved in the conflicts.
This city has produced 26 of China's 200 imperial scholars since the Ming dynasty (based on the results of the countrywide exam process), and is well known for its schools and educational system. Amazingly, over 20 of China’s ...