Jiangpan Yaju Holiday Hotel
Travel Blogs from Huangshan
This was strange but good day.
First, today a thought came to me. Traveling is a lot of fun, but woah is it lonely. I mean, I have plenty of conversations with people here and there, the bus driver who laughs with me as he cusses out his friend, the occasional student who helps me out, the mother and child who are out traveling together. But, it feels good to have somebody I know to talk to since it gives a touch of ... homeliness? Well, by tomorrow, I'll have finished 4 out of ...
... Plus I thought that Rinko Kikuchi, the lady playing Mako, was really cute. That's always a plus.
After the movie ended, I went down and a big festival was playing. There was a big projector with big signs advertising beer and videos of Chinese songs playing. The festival was in the name of Cheerday, a kind of beer apparently. Now, I ordered food from one of the stands. they were good looking noodles.... THAT was a mistake.... Now, for ...
... 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 ...
... here to preserve them against the rapid development that is going on in this city of 200, 000 people (very small for China). The best part of this activity was the sunshine. It was just perfect. Next stop was the Hui Culture Museum (惠文化博ৎ 5;管). This was a pleasant museum, but I'd had enough. My knees and ankles were not particularly happy about walking around ...
... worried about because a) it was the middle night of the trip and b) the tour operators had not organised any activities or a room for the kids to be. It was cold and the hotel kept asking them to move out of the cafe or restaurants. There were also some less than desirable hotel guests who kind of creeped out our girls. We eventually coaxed the students into their (cramped and pretty grotty) rooms and retired to the massage palour for some foot relief. Or so we thought. ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed