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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... highly annoying after a while. The beauty of the location however made all the morning drama's and pushy Chinese trigger happy visitors bearable. We walked around and came across trees, covered in red ribbons. We were told that if we bought a ribbon, wrote a wish on the ribbon and tied it to a tree, it would come true. For 5 RMB this seemed a good idea. Everyone was writing the same sort of message "eternal happiness, prosperity, long life" etc. I simply wrote ...
... 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 ...
Apparently the Bailong Elevator, is the World’s; highest altitude outdoor elevator, tallest full-exposure outdoor elevator, tallest double-deck sightseeing elevator and fastest passenger elevator with largest carrying capacity
The view from the elevator was very restricted by the steamed up glass (due to wet weather and steamy people) and short due to the speed of the ride.
Getting out at the top led to a well-used, ...
... it back to the hostel at 3pm!! We had to leave straight away to make sure we caught the bus to the city. The next night, we took our final overnight train in China to Nanning. Lloyd got a dose of his own medicine when the other passenger in our sleeper carriage snored the night away. Nanning was our final destination in China, as the following day we boarded our bus to Vietnam. We'll add some final impressions of China shortly, but right now, I'm off to look up what 'Hello' is in ...