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Travel Blogs from Huangshan
... and steps and viewing platforms. But all we saw was a wall of white thick fog. We saw absolutely nothing of the view the whole day. After lunch (very expensive!) and finding our hostel (even more expensive considering the dorms were just rooms with bunk beds IN the cable car station!) we took a walk around the peaks. Every once in a while we saw some contours of the cliffs we were standing on or some close peaks.
The sunrise over the clouds is ...
... so people who had standing room only tickets, meaning some were standing in the aisles, some were sitting in the aisles, and at least one person was sitting in the sink. It made my non-reclining bench seat seem comfortable in comparison (it wasn't). Passed the time using my iPad to try to translate a propaganda poster on the wall of the car and had a few curious fellow passengers looking over my shoulder as I did so. Once the train passed Nanjing, most of the passengers had gotten off, ...
... br> We were amazed by how much there is to understanding fine tea. He told us that as you study it in more detail, it becomes as complicated as understanding fine wine. A few things we learned — you should use boiling water to brew black tea, but only allow it to sit with the leaves for around 10 seconds, and then pour the resulting tea into another vessel, preferably a clear vessel, so you can see the color and purity of the tea. You can ...
... during our tour of the area tomorrow. Ray tells us that during times of conflict in China, people have historically migrated to this area because it is a remote location and is generally not involved in the conflicts.
This city has produced 26 of China's 200 imperial scholars since the Ming dynasty (based on the results of the countrywide exam process), and is well known for its schools and educational system. Amazingly, over 20 of China’s ...
... skyline. They just moved the smog from Shanghai to the countryside by relocating the factories and people.
We had a pit stop three and a half hours into our journey at a large service centre before finally arriving at our destination, Huangshan, nearly 6 hours after we began.
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