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... one point I said hello ten times in quick succession before looking up and bursting into uncontrollable laughter as a tour group of 150 Chinese tourists approached. We tried for a good 3 seconds to say hello before they all started yelling Hello! back and a huge group gave Ali a big hug (Ali hates hugs). I was hysterical. I could barely walk.
After about 3 KM we all split up. Ali and I were total wimps and took the cable car the rest of the way ...
... so it was nice to have some variety. The timing worked out really well because at about the same time as we decided we were completely stuffed we realized that we could start making our way to the airport without being obscenely early for our flight.
As one of the final destinations on our epic journey through China, Huangshan was an incredibly beautiful and very lovely quick stop. We really enjoyed breathing the fresh mountain air and taking in the incredible ...
... two German guys asked us where to buy the tickets and when they'd bought them, I asked if they would like to join us since we were going to the same place. We took the bus and I was sitting next to a Chinese guy and we talked for a while. Then we arrived and we took the cablecar up. As it was raining we were all hoping we would be able to see at least somethig, as it was foggy as well. Luckily we could see a lot by ...
It's been a while, I've been back to Japan for one week, stayed in Hong Kong for another week and now I'm in China! In Huangshan, famous for its Yellow Mountains, where I will go to as soon as I have my first day off. Same as in Busan and Kibichuo(Okayama) I'm doing volunteerwork here as well. But it's definitely different from the places before. 1) I'm the only volunteer ...
... the concept of Feng shui, which I didn't realise till I got here means wind and water in chinese. So most of the buildings had gaps in the roof to collect water in pools as traditionally Chinese people believe water brings good fortune.
Next day we climbed the famous Huangshan mountain, which was apparently ...