Jiangpan Yaju Holiday Hotel
Travel Blogs from Huangshan
... which gave me a brief bit of time to recuperate. The scenery on the way up was quite pretty. When we arrived at the hostel, Bill set off on another hike while I settled in to rest my weary legs for a bit. We agreed to meet up later at a peak about 40 minutes away from the hostel to catch the sunset. When I arrived there, the number of people gathered to photograph the sunset was unbelievable. Probably a couple hundred. But the clouds got in the way and everyone left. Bill and I had ...
... br> We were amazed by how much there is to understanding fine tea. He told us that as you study it in more detail, it becomes as complicated as understanding fine wine. A few things we learned — you should use boiling water to brew black tea, but only allow it to sit with the leaves for around 10 seconds, and then pour the resulting tea into another vessel, preferably a clear vessel, so you can see the color and purity of the tea. You can ...
... guitar, and then are treated to a few songs from a famous Chinese opera, done by two of the local performers. All very fun.
Keely and Scot have a very nice local organic meal to celebrate our anniversary, together with some more beautiful solos from the local opera singers, paired with some very nice wine. We have a wonderful evening together and are so very thankful that the Lord brought us together, it has been a truly amazing blessing for both of ...
... room, where we had a double bed to each person!
We then went to Emerald /Valentine’s Valley (a place with beautiful waterfalls), and also where they filmed the scene in ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’ where the girl dives into a pond to retrieve a sword. It was .. let’s say, you’ve seen one waterfall and you’ve seen many like it - an anticlimax in my opinion. The highlight however was the flying fox ride ...
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 ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking