Qinghe Jinjiang International Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Zhangjiajie
... loan peaks sticking up like daggers and in the distance on the top of a mountain opposite us was a lone pagoda.
As you all know, I have a very loud voice. In the distance by the pagoda, we could just make out small dots which were other people. I could not resist and shouted across to see if they could hear me, the resulting echo must have continued a good 20 seconds as it seemed to last an eternity at which point Laura came out with the line "Andrew, shut ...
... 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 ...
... I got very hyper when I bought a candyfloss that was bigger than my head for 3 RMB (30P). After the chaos of the fairground, we came across a man made lake which at sunset was rather beautiful (even with a little toddler going for a little tinkle in the water in full view of everyone around him).
We tried to hire a boat, but there were too many people on the lake and there we no boats available and so we gave up and went into town for dinner. While on the bus we started ...
... there are scores of people all wanting to pose for their photos at the various lookouts and get this, a lot of them again wanted their photo taken with us. Oh! What it is to be a celebrity! With Carol’s blond hair and my grey hair we stuck out like sore thumbs anyway but being westerners as well just seemed to add to our appeal. We managed the demands on our time by the ‘common people’ where we could and even allowed for photographs ...
... as all the people who had bought tickets for seats, there were also others, who sat on the ground, leaned against the back of seats or, if you stood up, immediately took your place.
Just getting on the bus in China is sometimes a challenge. For a start, everything is written in Chinese, and so getting on the right bus is an accomplishment. Our hotel lady helped us catch the correct bus out to Zhangjiajie National Park. She mimed to us that we would ...