Mt. Daming Tu Nationality Farmhouse

Address: Mt. Daming, Qingliangfeng Town, Lin'an, Zhejiang, 311300, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mt. Daming, Qingliangfeng Town, Lin'an.
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A travel blog entry by driftingidiot on Aug 04, 2013

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Not that ancient. Now, I woke up at 11am (bad pattern, I know), got ready, found a bus, got breakfast, took the bus which led me to another bus which led me to Hongcun (gasp for air. NOBODY tell me how to write muahahaha). Anyways, I got there, found many pretty buildings which were surrounded by many mountains and started walking. After going through the many narrow paths which are the town, I found a series of students from various schools painting the place. We ...

Hiking Huihang Ancient Trail

A travel blog entry by skirbyskirby on May 02, 2013

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... we went back to continue our ruthless card games in the room. Though we thought we’d escaped civilization, around 9pm we heard the shaky booms of a subwoofer. There was a bonfire party outside our room!

It was a chilly night and, to keep warm (though I assume their beers were doing most of the work), a group of dads kept jumping up and yelling for everyone to join hands and run ...

Zipline into Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Jan 29, 2013

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'Huangshan mountain' - Totally mad day yesterday and the leg and stomach muscles were feeling it. After a mad dash to get a taxi on the high street to the bus station before 12 noon and a 2 to 3 hour bus journey we found ourselves in Hongcun. Scenes from Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon were filmed here - namely the ones of the bridge entering the town and the rooftop chases. Our main destination was the Bamboo forest which featured in the fight ...


A travel blog entry by dijoh2o on May 19, 2011

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Dick and I have some times difficulties
in understanding the signs that the Chinese put together. To us it
often looks a language of its own. Which I call Chinglish. I give a
few examples; when we arrived at our hotel in Huangshan there was a
sign telling the driver to park at the “stereoscoping parking lot”.
In the elevator of the hotel ...

Anhui by Bus

A travel blog entry by bcovey on Apr 02, 2011

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... do much conquering.

I was reminded of the landscape I've seen in southern France and around
the Mediterranean. Or perhaps the pictures I've seen of Peru. I guess
the needs of people are the same everywhere.

An interesting aspect of the land at this time of year is the fields upon fields of flowering you cai hua, or literally, yellow oil plant. We know this as canola.

It was breathtaking riding along fields of gold. There were ...