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... group were starting to fret a little and suggested that we should head back the way we came (after doing 3 sides of a square). Knowing we were not far away from where the route down begins, I managed to persuade everyone to keep going and I was right (love it when that happens), we climbed down back to where the dodgy restaurant was where we had a bit of a disagreement. There were two paths we could take, one slightly longer which we hadn't done yet whilst the other ...
The following day, I awoke to a very bad feeling. It is a feeling anyone who has ever traveled abroad dreads, to avoid going into detail lets just say they had arrived. So the prospect of climbing a mountain 7,000ft high above sea level was one of the last things I wanted to attempt that day. But never the less, I'm British, a traveler and what's more a Lilburne and never know when I'm beaten so I put a brave face on and joined the rest of the group, ready for the ...
First of all I have a bit of a confession to make. I am writing this entry from Changsha and it is in fact the 8/10/14 but so much happened in Zhengjiajie, instead of writing one entry on my time there, I will write several shorter entries.
However it is still National Week (when the Chinese celebrate Mao founding the People's Republic of China 65 years ago), so I can get away with it. As the Chinese don't get that many holidays where they can get a lot of time off, most ...
... I found a China Unicom store and had no success topping up. They said I would have to return to Xian, I laughed, that's the peoples republic for you. From here I climbed the local mountain near the center of town, again many steps, but strangely no people. Of course it was probably over 100 degrees, even hot for Chinese standards. After exploring the communist monument overlooking the city, I returned to the hostel soaking wet and tired. Another night ...
... back to the hotel in the dusk and had our dinner (gluten free 2 minute noodles) and Chinese gooseberries (kiwi fruit) and oranges. We watched some TV. There is one channel with English speaking but it is all news and not very interesting news either. Although we did hear that Michael Schumacher had a skiing accident and is having a second brain operation. We have found a program called Baba Qu Nar? Which is a reality program with four famous Chinese male ...