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The day started well, with us going into the mountains for the day - LuShan Mountain to be exact. Its 1200m high, and there are only a certain amount of cars allowed up from 1000m. So we arrived at base, transferred our stuff and then hopped into the van.... and thats when we discovered we had hired a driver who thought he could use the 'Force' for his driving skills - Darth Vader Force that is...If you ever see this man, do not get in a car with him... there ...
... i pointed to the busy street in front of the station.
"Ming tian, SORRY"
And with that she grabbed her purse and literally ran away, leaving me all alone by the wood stove, which was still burning. I wanted to stay and get warm, but I had to go back out in the rain again at least to find a place to stay and at best to find a bus home.
Luckily I saw a random bus waiting for passengers. It was going to Jiujiang. Fine, I got in the bus, ...
... was always one of two things: no rooms OR yes, 450/night. Given that was 3x what we were originally paying, we certainly did not take them up on the offer. Finally, a very kind girl at a hotel at which we inquired clued us in: 1 October, being the actual day of the Foundation of the People's Republic of China, was going to be pricey everywhere. However, there was a hostel down the road that would not have ...
... to flee the mainland completely; the Communists may have found plenty of fault in the man, but he certainly knew how to party and they did, too, taking over Chiang's villa and holding a few big conferences here. Today, though you can check out some of these old conference spots, the real draw is what it was over 100 years ago: the scenery.
That's not to say you're in the middle of nowhere. This is China. There's a full-fledged town up ...
... out of all these people a car runs me over lol.....only kidding.
The driver must have been pretty frustrated coz he was surrounded by pedestrians that he just put his foot down. Ran over some poor girls foot, knocked my travel buddy out the way and i ended up sliding across his bonnet almost. So now crossing the roads i almost need to hold on to someone ha ha.
As we continued in to Zhengzhou we came to a very busy cross section (6 lanes in each direction), ...