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... waterfalls. It was perfect! The lakes are vibrant blue colours and some of them are so clear that you can see down to the bottom, and the surrounding forests and mountains only emphasised the beauty. There is a legend behind the lakes in the park which has something to do with a guy fancying a girl and her mirror being broken and scattered. I kept my eye out for one of the Giant Pandas that are said to live in the park, even though I knew I wouldn’t see one. ...
... mountains and lakes. This was also an area affected by the 2008 earthquake so we drove past former bridges sliced in half, huge chunks of roads in rivers and fallen, never repaired, power lines. Anyway, on arrival I had my general quest for somewhere to stay. As luck would have it I met two foreigners who didn't speak Chinese and who wanted help. I went with them to their hostel and ended up booking a bed there and then. Now, the nice people behind the desk gave me a free upgrade ...
... 800 ft). Jiuzhaigou (literally "Nine Village Valley") takes its name from the nine Tibetan villages along its length. We were extremely happy to be getting out of the large cities to get a true picture of China, in particular the Tibetan area. The area outside the National Park was very commercial, as expected. There was very little to do here bar the park so our two evenings were quiet.
The pictures of the park speak for themselves. We truly feel that ...
... Jane (the girl who could speak Englif\sh) didn't have the map to follow so we went round the park with the old Chinese people. The park was massive - we had to catchg a bus into the park and then take several around it.
The park was absolutely stunning though. The lakes were bright blue but really clear at the same time and they were surrounded by mountains and forest and there were loads of waterfalls. Can't really say anything to do it justice - you'll ...
... is more than half the original price. It turned out that everybody else had the same idea and we walked up to the main entrance to find a sea of Chinese tourist groups all with matching hats and waving flags. Eek!
We waded through the never ending sea of tourists to the ticket office and managed to get our entrance and bus tickets with no worries, now all we had to do was get on the bus which we found out wasn’t going to be as easy.
We queued ...