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Day 10 Jiuzhaigou deep in the Minshan Mountains
Well start our day on the road by 8:00 to begin our two hour drive to the part of the park that is not usually visited by tourists (but since Philip knows so many people in China we are able to have this exciting opportunity.) It is a scenic and beautiful drive. Again we are driving in the clouds. Mare has some beautiful pictures but the camera doesn't do it justice. Joe ...
... confused as it was stunning, but tears worthy? I was not sure. Later she admitted to me that she watched a TV show on Oasis one lonely Friday off of work. It was a show all about Jiuzhauguo and the surrounding area. At that time we were toying with the idea of traveling and changing life up a bit, but this story of the park touched kim and was the tipping point for her. She felt a force that drew her to the park, And told herself ...
... valleys which have colourful forest canopies, gushing waterfalls and aquamarine lakes - with snow-capped mountains as a backdrop. There are a total of 9 villages in these valleys with Tibetan settlements. Of these 9 villages, you can only see 3 of them during your visit to the park - they have become geared to the tourists and have lost their original charm and are rather tacky - such a pity - commerce has reared its ugly head and taken over ...
... the warm, the mountains were a lot colder and our room was bloody freezing! There was no heat, except for a little electric blanket. I think we must have gone to bed around 8pm, just to stay warm. The village we are staying in took all of about 10 mins to walk around.
Now, the day we spent exploring the national park was April Fools day and it played a little trick on us. There are 2 seasons, peak and off ...
... 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 ...