Zhongjing Holiday Hotel
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... than a few butt-clenching moments going up the mountain, as he overtook cars, buses, trucks and anything else on the road (which was like a snake, with that many blind corners it was ridiculous) and cut them off with a swift manoeuvre that would have impressed the guys from Top Gear no end. So we finally got to the top of the mountain, checked into our hotel (another one) and proceeded to go for a 'short walk' around the village and to the mountain. The village ...
... and freezing. There was no way I was going to stay in Lushan for the night, feeling this grumpy. Attempting to get back home was better than not attempting to get back home at this point.
The driver drove the whole way down the mountain with the windows down. Fffffff..... Come on REALLY?! Then he dropped us off at least a 20 minute walk from the train station, which I did in some more pouring rain.
When i got there, The ticket woman yelled at me in ...
The hostel isn't very nice. The bathrooms, dorms, and beds leave a lot to be desired. And given that we are paying what we were paying two nights ago, it seems a bit ridiculous. But there really wasn't much choice. When we first arrived at our hotel two nights ago, we requested three nights. Only two, she said. Blast! So we went on a long, fruitless search for a hotel that would take us on the night of 1 October. ...
... to flee the mainland completely; the Communists may have found plenty of fault in the man, but he certainly knew how to party and they did, too, taking over Chiang's villa and holding a few big conferences here. Today, though you can check out some of these old conference spots, the real draw is what it was over 100 years ago: the scenery.
That's not to say you're in the middle of nowhere. This is China. There's a full-fledged town up ...
... As i was sitting on the bus i was in absolute awe of this place. The amount of people there was amazing, all roughly the same height with black hair. Hundreds of people on motorised bikes with babies and children on the back, sometime up to three children squished on, holding on for dear life in such heavy traffic. They don't wear helmets over here either and just trying to cross the road is a matter of life and death. I'm still trying to get to grips with ...