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Travel Blogs from Zhangjiajie
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About a month and a half ago a few friends and went to Zhangjiajie. It was a great trip and a very beautiful place. We had a great time in the city and a good time in the park. Unfortunately we didn't go to the main park. We overslept the second day and everyone was content with just seeing the park close to the city. …
... to eat a little this afternoon and am recovering. We saw some more things today that have been very different to Australia. We passed by some people playing mahjong - so excited to see that because up til now they have been playing cards both western suits and Chinese suits. We saw a man selling another dead skinned animal - goat or sheep - a bit hard to tell from a distance without the skin! Just lying on the ground up a side street! We checked out the river in front of the hotel ...
... If they have no fare they will toot the horn to get your attention. So we were checking out which ones were just cruising around to get any fare (and wasting their petrol!) and which ones were regularly working! We decided to wander back along the other side of the river this time and saw a couple of stone masons amongst some flat stones that we realised were head stones, just on the side of the road. Lots of three wheel cars, trucks and converted motorbikes passing ...
... Liam on the phone for three minutes. Well done to Liam and Nicola for the 29er Nationals - 20th place overall! We then decided to go for a walk down the main street of this little country town that is probably as big as Geelong! It has a clear, stony river running behind the shops and some gorgeous mountains as the backdrop. The river is low at present - winter is the dry season. We wandered down one side then crossed over to come back. We bought some fruit and then found a ...
... and clambering about up the peaks!
We started off early and were at the park ready to start hiking at 9am. The park itself is pricey to get in at £25 for a couple of days pass, but it's worth every single penny for the views you get to experience. Again it seems popular with the Chinese and I think in the past two days I have only seen 5 other westerners clambering about. We started at the Zhangjiajie entrance and made our way along the Golden Whip River at ground ...
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