Yichen International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... hiking and had an easy start to the day. Once refreshed, we decided to once again visit the park and pick up from what we’d missed the day before. Rocky, our hostel caretaker, circled a few things on the map, and we again where on our way for the park.
This time around, the weather was a bit misty than from the days before, but added a mystical affect when draped over the mountains. On our last day, we took things more easily. No climbing mountains for us that day. Instead, ...
... drop on one side of us and a cliff face on the other). It was very tough going and, looking back now 2 weeks on, I'm glad we split up as the others who were on their last legs would have found it really tough going, whilst we wouldn't have enjoyed ourselves going back the way we came. When we reached the ground, we found ourselves in a beautiful green valley with a flowing river to match, it was a beautiful spot (even despite a Chinese man having a poo in the stream ...
... of us felt too bad about it). Also by cancelling, it allowed us to take "the longest cable car in the world" to the mountain.
This is when the chaos began. In order to get the cable car, we had to cue for over 3 hours. We arrived at 06:40, 10 minutes after the cable car station opened and already the cue was in overflow mode. However we had the slight problem that we hadn't booked the tickets (our hotel manager would get us a discount if we didn't and ...
... smog is so thick, you can't see the tops of some trees) which makes a change from the days previous which had been murky, even by Changsha's occasional standards. However this meant that it was scorching hot under the sun (being a typical Brit as ever).
In England what would you describe a country park as? In China it is long concrete walkways, thick green trees lining either side and a theme park to go with it. This was a pleasant surprise from what we were expecting. ...
... make the description of China as a developing country pretty laughable; this feat of engineering was achieved when Britain was still a swamp.
Then we took a 22-hour train to Zhangjiajie, my first properly long train journey and also my first time in a train dining carriage. Everyone eats giant pot noodles, as there's free hot water, but the slurping is close to unbearable!
From there, we visited the Wulingyuan National Park, which is one of the most ...