Jintian International Hotel
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... incredible our planet (or humanity if its man made) is to have created such a thing. By taking photos are we just taking it for granted or by looking through a lense, are we failing to understand what an incredible place we are in? (I've been doing Ti Chi on the mountain for too long, if I'm not careful, when I return to England I will be speaking in nothing but riddles).
Anyhow, the places labelled by the Chinese made us laugh. In England, we have named ...
... visitors there were, we even found another glass walkway which was quite terrifying. Unlike other members of my family, I don't suffer vertigo, but even I was feeling a little bit giddy looking out across the other mountains far below (and indeed down through the glass).
It is at this point that both my camera and phone decided to die on me (school boy error I know) so I am not able to show what happened next. We kept travelling round the mountain until ...
... valley's, we arrived in the sunny city of Zhengjiajie (which was surprisingly warmer than Changsha even though we were higher up). The mountains were unreal. We Mulan was being illustrated, the background in the song "Girl Worth Fighting For" was these mountains I'm sure of it.
After grabbing some food, we went for a wonder round the town and found a Pagoda at the top of a small leafy hill. It was free and close by so we thought "why not" and went to climb it. What ...
... fried rice topped off with a good nights sleep.
Day long two train ride to Beijing. The first train was a hard seat returning to Yichang. Our seats were occupied by a mother and her sleeping toddler son. Very long 4 hour train. Once in Yichang we changed to the much nicer high speed train. This was an 8 hour ride but since the high speed trains cost more, the people are slightly (just slightly) more respectful. I slept most of the ...
... street and we can see one and two star hotels from our window on the back street. It must be chaos in the warmer months here with all the tourists. We then spent a bit of time writing up our diary and blog. At 4:30 we decided to go back down to the supermarket and get some fruit and check out the top floor above the food section. There were lots of electrical goods, clothing and shoes, toys, games, baby things - sort of like K Mart, I guess. But you don't see ...