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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... way to many pictures were taken of many, too many woaaaaahs when I said I was 20. I don't look THAT old, THANK you very much XD. I kept walking and found a beautiful lake with a very pretty bridge, you can see those a lot in my pics.
Found several schools of thought from various dynasties and then stepped on a puppies paw :(. So I got to know this cute little puppy (who was probably abandonned) and played with her for a while. Her paw still hurt so I felt ...

Hiking Huihang Ancient Trail

A travel blog entry by skirbyskirby on May 02, 2013

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... fire, dancing to the music. This was no problem; I was cold and up for a little exercise.

However, we only ever ran clockwise! “Why?!” I queried, every five minutes when this ritual repeated itself. Why can’t we run the other way?! I never got an answer…but I did get hot coals in my ruined shoes.

Searching for Lan Tian Ao

Zipline into Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Jan 29, 2013

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... the fights with the characters flitting between the bamboo?). The Bamboo Forest was a 15 minute taxi drive from Hongcun - no buses run there apparently (well at least in 'slack' season). At the forest was a zip line which crossed the valley and landed you in the village where all the actors and crew were based and some of the scenes were completed. Chinese don't do maps well so we had to guess the right direction to the zip line through the Bamboo ...


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 ...