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... the wooden boards and the crowds the views from the top and all the way down were amazing, I couldn't stop grinning, everything was so damn beautiful and the best thing about it was that it was all natural, crazy how something like this was made. I could have spent the whole day there despite feeling slightly dizzy from the altitude. There is so much more I could write about the place but I think my pictures would explain it much better and if someone ever asks whether I ...
... a snow and ice wonderland.
In addition as this part of China is home of Tibetan tribes we saw a lot of prayer flags and mills throughout the park which added to the beauty of our visit. We once again were very grateful to have had the opportunity to visit something so beautiful.
The following day we flew to Xi'an in the afternoon. On the way to the airport (this time in good weather) we enjoyed the views of the valley and saw a few monasteries and yaks along the way.
Fliss and I have arrived Jiuzhai huanglong Airport at about 12.30pm and got out by about 1pm. After spoken to several taxi drivers, we found out that half day is sufficient to visit Huanglong valley, so we decided we will go there straight from the airport rather than to the hotel first. We paid 400y to hire a cab for about 6hrs. Huanglong is about 3700m above sea level, and we need to go past a mountain as high as 4000+m to get there. Since we had little time to ...
... pu voir les plus beaux endroits du parc. Malgré les ponchos, nous sommes rentrés trempés, où nous attendaient nos vestes gore-tex, se sentant un peu inutiles. Jiuzhaigou était vraiment beau, mais on conseillerait de vérifier la météo avant d'y aller.
Lots of people, especially our Chinese friends, had told us that Jiuzhaigou is one of the most beautiful places in China. Having already been to lots of stunning sights here, that set the bar pretty high. It is one ...
... 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 ...