Yichen International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... going to cause a rock slide" (I still think they could hear me even if no one else does). After a while, when we thought we had seen all of the mountain, people started saying that they were hungry and so we descended back the way we came. We stopped at a restaurant just below the steel bridge. As we were in the middle of nowhere, we should have realized that any food stop up here would be extortionate. This place was no exception and on top of that (seeing that ...
The plan was to climb Tianmen (not to be confused with a square) mountain which dominated the skyline to the south (think I put up a picture of the place in my last blog) originally we planned to meet up with a tour guide Laura had booked but following advice from westerners (basically anyone who isn't Chinese. Americans, French, Russians etc) and our hotel manager we took the decision to cancel the night before (he was overcharging us by quite a margin ...
... that we had a small group of Chinese Girls (aged about 18 - 20) following us from the park onto the bus we were on. Taking after my dad here (worryingly :P ) I rather enjoyed this at first but it did become annoying when they followed us into the restaurant we were eating at then attempting to follow us onto our bus back home (they failed there) taking photos and giggling.
And now we come to the Zhengjiajie adventures...
Our train was at 7:40 A:M and ...
... the early morning mist (apparently there is no pollution in China, only mist) we realized the race was on. We powered our way along the entrance to the park after being dropped off by our complimentary mini-bus. After taking the shuttle bus up the mountain to the start point for the day we then joined the first queue of the day at the ‘Bailong Elevator’. This elevator (lift) takes about 50 people at a time and takes them straight up about ...
... Chinese comrades. It was well worth overcoming my fears as standing on the top of one of these towers is something truly special when you get a full 360 degree view of the pillars and valley around you.
The Hostel at the top was pretty shabby and freezing at night so I had to sleep fully clothed with my jumper and hat on but I didn't mind and was out for the count by about 8:30pm ruined from the first days treking. The next day was even more awe inspiring as we ...