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... by the cablecar. It was amazing. When we arrived we decided on the route and started walking. While walking it started to get warmer and at some point the sun was shining and we could see a lot. We walked and climbed up and took many pictures. At some point we split up, as the German guys would stay at the mountains for the night and had to look for a hotel and we (the French couple and me) had to go back. We ...
... hostel. 2) A basic Chinese wouldn't have been a bad idea as only very few here can speak English. 3) A (to me) completely different and (again) unknown culture. My first plan was to stay here until the end of my stay on China (the 8th of December), but I decided to go to Beijing too ^^ I will go there on the 4th of December and visit the Forbidden City and see the Great ...
... on a tour of two historical villages, Honcun and Xidi. We thought it was just a hostel run tour so were pretty surprised when a massive coach full of 50 something chinese tourists pulled up, complete with a tour guide who spoke for pretty much the whole hour long journey I think without breathing. Once we got to the villages however we were allowed to wander off on our own. Both villages were ...
It's not too early a start to the day which is great and as I get ready for the tour I find out that that I won't be the only non Chinese person on it which is different. I meet a guy called Gilles from Amsterdam and a lady called Aofie from Ireland. We're all very excited especially the other two as they've been stuck in the town for 2 days waiting for the weather to clear so that they could hike ...
... to an English breakfast, mmm first time in what seems like months, just what I needed on a wet and rainy day. I spend an hour in the reception area eating and chatting to the other people before I finish packing and head out to the bus that will take me to the main long distance bus station. The English guy, who I find out is called Tom, kindly lends me his umbrella and walks me to the bus stop, which is funny as he starts telling me stories about his Korean ...