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... it is World Heritage listed.
The owner of Fenghuang charges all tourists entering the city. Despite being the traditional area of the Miao people, it appears that they have few rights given that ownership is in the hands of one man. The food here is different also.
Our very large hotel was situated right beside the river though accessing the walks beside the river didn't prove to be that easy. Despite our location there was still quite a deal ...
... length of the town. We checked in and made our way to the river cruise. The cruise was on a gondola like boat and we drifted down the river for around 600m. We walked back up along the side of the river through the small tourist markets to the hotel. As dusk settled, the town lit up with fluorescent lights and with the national holiday tomorrow the people started to arrive. We had dinner at the hotel. Sleep was tough on a mattress like stone and a party across the ...
... costume to dress up for a photo. Midge could have worn a complex crown - a bit like an upside-down chandelier - plus ornate, brightly-coloured dress, and David the armour of an ancient warrior or the red-starred cap of a Red Guard.
As it was Midge looked beautiful with a garland of fresh flowers in her hair. And patiently she continued to agree to being photographed with a host of young women over the day. David now half-jokes - that'll be a ...
Where Guanxi province is a bona fide tourist destination for foreign and domestic visitors alike, Hunan province is more of an up and coming star - already popular with the Chinese and likely to soon become part of Western tourist schedules. Despite this, connections between the two neighbouring provinces are relatively poor and I had spent a lot of time flicking through Lonely Planet and the internet trying to find a train or bus route which would help us out before ...
... for a while; others in the carriage react irritably to announcements in Chinese that I can't comprehend and I have no idea how close we are to my destination, Huaihua. The students take to their phones while the old gents sharing my hard seat launch into an impassioned card game. There seem to be twice as many 5s and 10s as anything else, and cards are slapped down onto the pile between them with aggressive intent. Money changes hands and it ...