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... so difficult you are not tempted to even try (apart from things like ni hao (hello) or xie xie (thanks). Road signs, metros, most stations, airports and menus all write everything in both Chinese and English. We tried a little electronic translator we had a couple of times and the Chinese all have translators on their phones but this was never satisfactory and probably led to more misunderstandings. ("go and have a play" - this meant please wait 5 minutes). A little preparation goes ...
... to take a bite!). It is great that this new found wealth is being spent in China on Chinese made goods (all be it branded Nike or Volkswagen) and services, the real worry is the millions supposedly being transferred out of the country by the very rich elite. It was also noticeable today a little bit of friction between the pool attendant who was male and about 25 and a group of male Chinese of the same age who were staying as guests. The attendant made ...
... is enormous. Last night we spotted a book by two Canadians (James Hawkins and Sheila Swanson) called Slow Train to China, they did the same journey as us last year and have turned it into book, a bit strange really, it is hardly adventurous travel, getting on and off scheduled trains and sleeping in nice civilised hotels. They even, like us, booked everything in advance so the risks were minimal. On the other hand perhaps we should do a book, we do have a lot of pictures, so far ...
... a transport available which you already payed for, its a really peaceful hike. We seriously get asked on our way by three girls why we are actually walking up!
One way its about 2 km / 2 hours and the path is mostly natural stone blocks. Easy to walk and yet somehow still "natural". There is finally no more noise (not a single speaker playing music, wohoo!), birds singing, you pass several stone- and one bigger hanging bridge and ...