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Well I soon got over the train ride it ended up being a disgusting mess. The toilets ran out of water and there was **** everywhere , they were squaties so you could imagine the condition of them after 22 1/2 hours and all those people. A lot of them just throw their rubbish onto the ground so there was rubbish everywhere . The people in the isle next to us ended ...
... mistakes but I have to admit that some are pretty entertaining and then others I just scratch my head as I have no clue what it is supposed to me. I have seen anything from 'a bowel of slut' on a lunch menu, to 'unrecyclable' on a garbage can, to today at the bus station 'Security, a pit mouth'. After a four hour bus ride we arrived in Fenghuang for a two night stay. See my next blog entry to examine the pictures of this beautiful ancient ...
Today was spent in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park. This was one of the places I was most looking forward to on this trip. Nevertheless, although the scenery was spectacular, the pushing and shoving through the thousands and thousands of tourists was not. The pathways were also all stone and steps were made of stone and cement so the hiking was easy except again for the thousands of stairs. The views were great if you could actually push in to take a photo. This park is ...
We met our guide at the hostel in the morning before heading out to catch a cable car to Tianmen mountain. We ate breakfast along the way from street vendors - Tina has been pointing out all of the things that I must eat, and so far it has all been delicious.
Tianmen mountain is the highest peak in the area, and we had a clear sunny day so the views were spectacular! The landscape is very Chinese looking with lots of thin ...
... at the fantastic view. It was very cold on that side of the cliff and there were spots of ice so I was very worried about slipping. We made it quite safely and it was absolutely spectacular. LJ was great and answered so many questions for us. If he didn't understand, then the trusty mobile translation app was brilliant. We had a wobbly suspension bridge to cross, a suspended platform that Gemma bravely went out on, a Buddhist Temple to view and a chairlift to the top part of ...