Zhangjiajie Pullman Hotel
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... with a torch on the side. We got through it though thanks to Mum's excellent birthday presents of an origami set and guess who cards.
After a stopover in Changsha then Zhang Jia Jie city, we finally got to Zhang Jia Jie mountian park on the 16th I think. We acquired a Chinese buddy named Caiyun who spoke very little English so i tried to communicate with her in Chinese or she would write notes to us ...
... be a lucky lucky man. It had everything, the lead actor arriving on a zip wire from halfway up the mountain face, fireworks, hidden fountains, CGI you name it, it was probably used in the show. Even though we didn't understand a word of what was being said, it was truly beautiful and by the end we all had tears in our eyes. To all my friends who are technicians or studying to be, the bar has been set for awsomeness.
To Be Continued ...
... to enter the Cable Car cue (yes another cue). Finally, we managed to shake him (mostly because the cue left the public area) and we climb aboard our cable car and sped off at a surprising high speed towards the mountain.
The Journey up was incredible, in every way. A stunning landscape combined the morning sun gleaming over the tips of the mountains ahead, it was enough to take your breath away. And then we began to climb. The Cabin was built for 8 people ...
... there was a young boy (about 8) with his father. Despite our excitement, we became very bored very quickly. At which point I produced cards and we started playing. I decided it would be nice if we asked the boy (he told us his Chinese name but Laura insisted on calling him Tom so will refer to him with this name) if he would like to join us. Once we showed him a few times through demonstration (and by letting him win the first time) he quickly became better than we were and so ...
... I found a China Unicom store and had no success topping up. They said I would have to return to Xian, I laughed, that's the peoples republic for you. From here I climbed the local mountain near the center of town, again many steps, but strangely no people. Of course it was probably over 100 degrees, even hot for Chinese standards. After exploring the communist monument overlooking the city, I returned to the hostel soaking wet and tired. Another night ...