Qinghe Jinjiang International Hotel
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... with a torch on the side. We got through it though thanks to Mum's excellent birthday presents of an origami set and guess who cards.
After a stopover in Changsha then Zhang Jia Jie city, we finally got to Zhang Jia Jie mountian park on the 16th I think. We acquired a Chinese buddy named Caiyun who spoke very little English so i tried to communicate with her in Chinese or she would write notes to us ...
The following day, we allowed ourselves a small lie in (7:30 instead of 6:30) and planned to make our way to the main attraction, Zhengjiajie National Forrest Park, made famous by the award winning film Avatar. Despite still feeling rather wretched from yesterdays body troubles, I mustered enough energy to join everyone else as we made are way to the local bus station where we could catch a bus up into the mountains. The Journey itself was pretty uneventful but it ...
... course there were 9 of us. As we climbed, we started to wonder whether the car would take our weight (especially when below us was a 6,000ft+ drop below. But we reached the top in one piece.
Because of National Week and Tianmen Mountain being one of the main tourist destinations in the area, the place was rammed in places. Plus because we we white skinned, whenever we stopped for group photos the Chinese would always get push in to get photos with us ...
... him tougher games like Cheat and "4 & 3" and he kept thrashing us at them too. Like most 8 year old children in this situation, he thought he was the coolest person on the planet (his father was loving it as it meant he didn't have to keep entertaining him for 5+ hours.
Jess took a picture on her Polaroid camera and I gave him my England pin badge at which his eye's lit up with pure delight.
5 hours later after winding through astonishing mountains and ...
... not gentle, but steep, with no platforms for a bit of relief. There were men on the mountains, some of them quite old, who were carrying people up in baskets. It was a hot day, and these guys were dripping. Some of the people getting the rides were happily playing on their cellphones, oblivious to both the scenery and the work involved in carrying them up. Once down the bottom, we wandered along the Golden Whip Stream, where, to our delight, we found monkeys in the wild! There ...