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... and the fish head soup was surprisingly good, definitely worth the 200 yuan (about $30). We finished the trip with a bang when the taxi driver pulled up in a van with two back seats and a stepping stool in place of a third. Although a little bit funny, not at all surprising considering the condition of most taxi cabs and the driving culture in China. Margaret rode the stool like a champ and there are no injuries to report.
... in Northern Europe and the valley's of Mexico. Maybe it was the time of year with an abundance of yellow rapeseed flowers and the green of the the tea bushes which were higher up the slopes of the fertile hills.
We rode our bikes up to the village of " "Wang Zhai" and had a nice lunch with his uncle and cousin. His uncle was proud of his "Wine" which had grapes in the bottle ...
... dancers are local men and, other than those holding the head and the tail, have little training. This is the traditional dragon dance, Clare told me, and is something that I should make the effort to see before it dies out and is replaced completely by the more modern fabric dragons.
Now, seeing a dragon dance under my own steam would have been extremely difficult. I don’t have the first idea how to even find out where one is ...
... one somewhat doesn’t see in the younger urban Chinese.
Moganshan is a place I will always remember. During my time there I was brought back to my time in Bhutan where life is much simpler. Though Shanghai is an amazing city its urban culture is very different from the rural parts of China. Going to Moganshan, I developed a deeper connection with my experience in China. It made me aware of the other side which is missing in the new ...
... their gig here also, as they do in Hangzhou and Shanghai. Car drivers were blaring their horns and speeding down the narrow passages like they do everywhere else as well. I felt right at home.
We also took a day trip out to Qian dao hu, or Thousand Island Lake.
The lake was a result of a hydroelectric project in the 50's. It's final result now powers most of Shanghai and Northern ...