Day 3 – Secret Hideaway – Zhangjiajie, China

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Visiting two museum a day, our team need a break of Chinese Culture and they were tired and need something to lighten up their day. The tour guide told us that the driver have arranged lunch for us at a seafood restaurant in a secret hideaway where the locals go for fishing.

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Once reached the restaurant, one of my friend was sick  with flu. We enjoyed our lunch but this lunch was too expensive it cost us 800.00 rem which the tour guide let us know that all this was arranged by the Driver. So we had been conned but it was alright as we spend the late afternoon in this village with spring water flowing  into dam. The children enjoying themselves catching little crabs.

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We just don’t want to move any more so we just soak in the fresh water and enjoy the scenery. Times passing very fast and it was time to go back to the hotel to get change and out for dinner.  We didn’t want to have any dinner but our tour guide told us the night market where the locals  go for barbeque foods and local cuisine is worth a visit.

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We went to the night market and it was crowded;  our tour guide know which stalls is the best and arranged a table for us and we did enjoyed the local cuisine which was cheap and the foods were well cooked.  Our guide is a young teenage  and he make sure we enjoy our day and all our day trips ended around 9.00 or 10.00 p.m. which is value for monies as his fee is only 200 rem per day. Normally all guides finish at 5.00 p.m. and sent you back to your hotel. We are very lucky to have him to guide us in Zhangjiajie.

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3 thoughts on “Day 3 – Secret Hideaway – Zhangjiajie, China

    1. The normal price for very good food which we paid for a table of 7 people cost around 300 rem to 400 rem but on this day we had been charge around 800 rem Which the cuisine consist of home grown chicken, fish, pork, seafood and vegetable – normally we have about 7 main course for one meal.

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