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... tourist attraction. Although littered with urban seeming areas, certain parts around the lake are empty and quiet, a nice change of pace from Hangzhou.
We decided not to spend the money to take a boat tour, partly because of the cost and partly because we were all pretty jaded about not being able to swim. As an alternative, we bought into a "nature hike" which turned out to be, well, better than I ...
... Qaintanghu city, thankfully Ray's dad came to get us. It's was dark after all.
The next morning we headed back to Hangzhou and finally Xiasha. In Hangzhou, Chen who gets carsick opted to borrow my bicycle while Ray and I took the bus to Jubal, then a cab to Xiasha. Chen beat us by thirty minutes, which is amazing!
Best trip I've been on since coming to China to say the least.
... rest of the dragon a little bit too long to realise and they had to rush backwards, often skewing out to the side to make room for the inflexible wooden benches. There was a constant sense of fear – of losing the others, of being blown up, of being run into… But with it, there was a constant buzz of excitement. We were experiencing something real, something meaningful, something literally exploding with festive atmosphere. We were chasing the ...
... forests. When hiking through this region one can get lost in the greatness of the outdoors.
One of the interesting facts about the Moganshan region is that at one time it was summer community for Christian missionaries. The best way to explain this is that to relate it to Shelter Island Island Heights. People would come from Shanghai or other parts of China during the summer to take in fresh air and get away from the summer diseases ...
... of islands. Satellite maps reveal why it's called Thousand Island Lake.
Qian dao hu is poised to become a big tourist draw. I read that there are big resorts on a couple of the islands. The lake is so big that we saw no sign of any, but of course our all-day adventure only took place in one small corner of the respectably sized body of water.
I'm definitely going back when it's not so cold!