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Took a day trip by car to visit a few Tulou clusters near where I was staying. The Tulou are absolutely stunning. Self contained multi-story villages. They all had wells in the interior courtyard as well as sometimes wells in the living spaces. The first group I went to was vey peaceful because it was earlier in the morning and not the huge tourist draw. Had a great time wandering around. Then I went to see "King Tulou" the claim to fame of which is that it's ******* huge. Like really ...
Took the bus from Xiamen up into the mountains inland to a Hakka village in the rural mountainous region of Yongding county in Fujian province. About a 4 hour ride. Helpful teenager next to me used Baidu translate to work out where I was heading and made sure I got off at the right stop. Got picked up at the bus stop by the father of the owner of the hotel I'm staying at. The hotel is in a section of one of the old Fujian Tulous. The ...
... to go down a slide-like thing along with G-Dad, Leo, Jenny, Terry, David and Jan. We had a great time! It was exactly like the one in Gatlinburg, but with different scenery. At the bottom, there was a woman with a large bucket filled with peppers. She was crushing them with a long stick and the smell was putrid. David and I found two small pups eating leftover noodles and took pictures but did not dare to touch them. Rabies would ...
... style of communal living found in the Longhouses that I had seen in Borneo with living areas and storerooms surrounding a large communal courtyard with cooking areas. Some of these buildings they would hold entire clans in them!
Day 216: Tuesday 21st August 2012
Arriving at Liulian in Yongding County I was immediately greeted by a few touts. I had been warned to expect that though and for a change I was actually pleased to see them. See unlike normal ...
... dirty and for some reason or another, I discovered (not in a good way), you must bring your own tissue paper to the bathroom. Surprise, Justin!
The Tulou's were beautiful even if it was raining. It almost even added to the effect of the old culture. Some tulous have been remodeled and been made into hotels to include electricity. Others remain tattered and on their last breath.
The pictures will tell all. Take a ...