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Travel Blogs from Jiangshan
Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya,
A sense of humour.
It's always good to meet a girl who has one.
She: What do you want to have for dinner?
Me: Hey, maybe you can choose a local specialty.
She: OK, that's a great idea.
She: Do you like dog?
Me: Yes, we ate dog a lot in Guangxi during winter, it is a hot meat.
She: ARGH! I’m ...
... outside the front of the restaurant where we had lunch. Some pheasants were flying in the distance while we were viewing the long kilns, and their were some centipedes and beetles. Some water buffalo whisked their tails at the flies while they sloshed through rice fields that we drove past... all the animals relaxed in their everyday activities, carefree and peaceful.
After our waterfall walk, ...
... t quite appreciate shelling out an additional 100 yuan for no apparent reason. Still, if the photos I've seen of Sanqingshan were any indication, it would be worth it. It was. The lift climbed over the first green mountain, and as it continued its ascent, the bare rock face of the granite spires came into view. I knew it was only the beginning, but the sight of such unusual and beautiful rock formations had me laughing with excitement. When the lift arrived at the top, I ...
... Yushan, so I was grateful for the internet access at the hotel), I went out in search of some food. Passing last night's restaurant from the opposite side of the road, I came across another restaurant near the bus station. A young guy spoke a little bit of English, so I ordered a plate of fried rice with egg and vegetables. The grand total? Six yuan. Now that is more like it. I walked back to the hotel, caught some predominantly Chinese Olympic events on the TV, and went to ...
... me into his restaurant, so I obliged him and entered. He pointed to a refrigerator containing various meats and vegetables. I took this to be some sort of stir fry situation: I would pick my ingredients, and he would fry it up into a delicious concoction with various spices and sauces. The cucumbers looked good, so I pointed to them. Tomatoes? Sure. Leeks, for something different. What kind of meat did I want? I pointed to what looked ...
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15 Jiandong First District, Jiangshan | Hotelfrom $56