Xinxiang International Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... traveling from. Auckland to maybe National Park or Taihape. That's a total of 4-500km at a rough guess. Well in China 5 hours means 1200km traveling at almost 300km/h. High speed train travel allows you to get a lot of study done between cities. Is this one of the reasons Chinese are so good at ...
... tickets to the park on the bus, which would include transportation to the top of the mountain also. Alright I guess.
Their names were Gavin and Lee. Gavin had such an incredible command of English, that I asked to follow them for the day. They said of course, and we headed straight for lunch, where we munched on mountain vegetables and tofu. We had a little bit of a problem finding a restaurant that was still open, I guess ...
... br> The bus followed the road that we walked but kept on going around the cliff. It was on this road that the really twisty road that I saw on the internet was.The road had really sharp switchbacks and many of them. It led to the village of Nan Ping where we were the day before. The bus took us out of the park to meet our driver with the van.
Travelling in China is never easy. The hotel we stayed at looked okay and was clean. I was lucky enough to have a ...
... and that is David's favourite. It was raining so most that didn't bring a jacket bought a poncho to help them keep dry. We headed down to the village and ordered our meal. We then walked off and walked around the old village. This village is very popular for making movies so this part of town was very old world.
The lamb was served on skewers as was all the other things. We had chives, mushrooms, potato and tofu on skewers all coated in cumin. Then it was back up the hill to ...
... and a semi permanent shelter. We walked up amy stairs to make our way to a waterhole which had a waterfall dribbling into it. If you shouted it was supposed to increase the flow but there seemed to be lot of yelling and not much water. The water was icy cold and beautiful as it was really hot.
The boys got a flying fox for 100 metres down the cliff but I had already taken off before they decided to take it. I am always worried that I will ...