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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 ...
We played dou dizhu, or “fight the landlord”, a game that I find particularly difficult, and then moved on to ERS. Wang Xiao was too shy to slap the pile of cards and Huang Qian was too slow, try as she might to blame my big hands for my glorious victory.
A strictly clockwise bonfire party
After a dinner in which the same jizi hot pot we left untouched at lunch ...
... not put on for show - the zip line is not an obvious tourist attraction yet, although you could hear the zip line in the distance going strong every so often which must be a nice little earner for the village. The village and surrounding Bamboo forest provided the backdrop for the Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon fight scenes and it was easy to see why it was selected - accompanying the Bamboo forest were tiers of rice paddies following the steep line of ...
... said “warm prompt …..
when electric power failed, please don't pull the door wait for
succor” and in the bathroom there was one saying “careful
“The english speaking tourist
information” asked us to “please obey the command staff” and
told us in the “tourism toilets” ...
Tian, her father and I accompanied a tour group on an overnight bus trip to south Anhui province, to visit the family home town of Hu Shi, an author and scholar who many consider a key contributor to Chinese liberalism.
We left in the morning, meeting at Huanglong, or Yellow Dragon Stadium. It was raining a bit, so I was glad when the bus finally showed up. It was a pretty sleek Volvo, very comfy, and rode smooth as silk. We were the first ones on the bus, so ...