Pine Ridge Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Huangshan
... the bottom which I was happy about but the boys weren't. I always get yea guo in my nai cha... but they hated it. It was sooooo nice to carry this hot tea. Our hands were frozen at this point. Jane serenaded us the whole way up with various Disney content songs, like "the monkey climbs" and "this is my yoyo" the problem with this was, we couldn't help joining in since these songs are already in our heads ALL of the time (despite the fact that only half of ...
... up and down the mountain. After our meal we had a whole new appreciation for these men (most of whom looked to be over the age of 60) who had to pack in and pack out everything for the hotels and shops that catered to the tourists on the mountain. We saw loads of eggs, bottled water and we smelled before we saw the unfortunate guys who were tasked with shouldering bags filled with all of the trash that needed to make it down. Each time we made way for one of these porters ...
... to walk back downwards, which was nice for we could see many beautiful landscapes but was also tiring. At some point it started raining and it didn't stop. Walking only down, I felt like I was in a kind of trance. When we were finally down we took the bus back to the Huangshan station and walked from there to the hostel while the rain was pouring down on us.. But it had been a beautiful day, the views were indeed ...
... hostel. 2) A basic Chinese wouldn't have been a bad idea as only very few here can speak English. 3) A (to me) completely different and (again) unknown culture. My first plan was to stay here until the end of my stay on China (the 8th of December), but I decided to go to Beijing too ^^ I will go there on the 4th of December and visit the Forbidden City and see the Great ...
... for the visuals in Avatar, unfortunately it was pretty much completely submerged in mist so we didn't get to see a whole lot apart from a tonne of Chinese tourists in yellow ponchos with matching plastic trousers and blue over shoes following round tour guides on loud hailers. We hiked up which was hard enough but these poor buggers were carrying backbreaking loads of rice and food all the way up the ...