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Travel Blogs from Ningde
... to the glass overhang...all set with that!
Dinner was at an awesome restaurant and we had octopus and pig's head! Yup...moving on up from the parts of the pig's head to the whole head. I can imagine what is next! On the way out, I was asked if I would let them take a pic of me, to which I said 'yes' and after the girls looked at it and burst out laughing...starting to get a complex! AND NOW...we are in our five star hotel and it is SUPER! Just chillin' and enjoying the ...
... being a very sheltered cove, it more closely resembled a lake.
The highlight of the city was a path I stumbled upon by accident. In strolling along the backroads, I noticed that a bus route came running along one relatively small and uninteresting track. Thinking this a little strange (buses naturally normally sticking to main roads), I followed it to the end and discovered a little park. More than this, a path meandered up ...
... many stair
that you climb to go "hiking." We went "hiking" along
streams and waterfalls. We met many friendly people. We finally made it to the
place we were looking for "Long Qiu temple." It is
located towards the top of the mountain. It was a very pretty area. You could
see all of Ningde from the area where the temple was. A nice lady at the temple
let us look around.. She also told us the history ...
Tomorrow I leave for Xiamen, Fujian, China. I have accepted a job to teach ESOL to local schools and to also teach foreign children (Americans/Canadians/Australians) also! I have signed up for a five month contract. I hope my experience in Xiamen will be as "amazing" as my one in ...
I like to look around Travel Blog and see all the stories from people who have visited China. One thing I have noticed is that most people only go to big cities. I have also been to two big cities myself: Shenzhen and Hong Kong (Special Administrative Regions [SARs]). I believe if you want to experience real China you need to travel to smaller cities. Bigger cities have more foreigners, and try to have more foreigner attractions and food.