Yu Feng Heng Hotel
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... old city. Our hotel was a traditional courtyard guest house run and inhabited by a family that has been there for generations. We spent quite a bit of time in the beautiful courtyard talking to fellow travellers or sprawling on the antique bed/couch the size of a rice paddy complete with a traditional table plunked on top.
Walking the main streets looking at buildings, temples and banks was astounding, but the richest times were not the banks, but ...
... or that he could even lose his hearing, he wanted to see how effective the Chinese ear cleaning is. Well, it didn't help him a lot but it did look funny so at least we took some really goid pictures. Btw. it cost RMB 30.
Day 3: July 15, 2014
After breakfast we realized we hadn't bought our train tickets from Zhangjiajie to Schenzhen yet. We were about to leave for the railway station again when we met a local guy who wanted to help us. Since he ...
“How old are you?”
A little boy then asked something in Chinese, and I needed a translation: “How did you come here?”
Chen Yao, one of my friends from our group and a Beida student, answered that one for me because I definitely couldn’t get my point across to them in English.
The children ran around excitedly at hearing my responses, and I wished I could talk with ...
... the train was called, it was every man, woman and child for themselves…I can defiantly say that a few locals had our bags pushed into them to try and stop them from pushing past us (the perk of having a large backpack) we finally made it to our hard sleepers, I was a bit shocked to be honest…. Now I’m not a sissy, and I’ve slept in hostel rooms with 48 beds, and spent over 24 hours in an evacuation center with 3000 people, but I wasn’t ...
... us off at the second point from where we could hike inside the canyon over metal steps that were bolted into the rock a few meters over the canyon floor and up rickety wooden ladders. At the end of it we found some nice hiking trails (also paved, but this time without fake ornaments) leading to a temple and offering nice views. Then we were driven to a third drop-off point from where we climbed what seemed to be a million steps for even more ...