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... to swim in its blue waters, and that it would be a great experience.
We set off from our hostel and headed through the small town, taking note of the bunches and bunches of freshly cut bamboo, alongside some which had been dried. The bamboo chutes are cut in a diagonal slice, presumably with a machete. It was interesting to see how each segment of the bamboo is hollow. It birthed an ambition in me to create some bowls and cups, ...
... village was quite a sight also... There are grains spread out in front of the houses, presumably to dry but I'm not sure why! There was also the vegetable Bok Choi EVERYWHERE. hanging on people's balconies, driveways, washing lines, everywhere! The few villagers there were did stare quite a bit but it was not in a rude way. They're seem intrigued by westeners and indeed I was approached by a man who began streaming out Chinese ...
... had a very good time. Everybody went to bed quite early tired of the oxygen overflow (we are not used to that much fresh air anymore living in Shanghai…). The next morning I had my first Chinese breakfast with sweet and savoury dumplings and noodle soup. It was really good! After that we had our first Tai Chi (chin. ...
Decided to get out of Shanghai for the weekend. Headed for the fresh air and bamboo groves of Moganshan. It was very relaxing until I decided that it would be a good idea to bike to the top of the mountain. Then it turned into a work out. Some serious hill climbing. 1.5 hours to the top, and only 5 minutes back to the bottom. Watch out ...
Day 11 Sunday 28th August 2011
Up at 6am to sort out my case and then down to breakfast. Stomach is not so good again this morning. Had some breakfast and then on to the bus. There are only 15 of us going today. There was a 45 minute ride on the bus to the village which has 30,000 people living there. We travelled through the countryside and saw the crops and saw where the guide Alan lives. ...