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... t. To make matters worse, the bus arrived before the movie finished (and I'm sure there was going to be a kissing scene). I don't know the title, I don't know how to google it, and it is driving me bonkers that I will probably NEVER see the movie again, or the ending....
So I arrived in Yunhe and boy, was I surprised. It was hot, yes, but the main thing that got to me is that at 4:50, the town was a ghost town. I mean, ...
... into a restaurant or shop. Most were restaurants and the food all looked really good. We spent the afternoon walking around, seeing the sights, watching the people, and trying different street foods. Whenever we saw people lined up holding their money out in front of a food vendor we lined up too. So far my favorite street food is dumplings. For one dollar you can get 5 hot fresh dumplings filled with a mix of vegetable and meat. I love the soft fluffy ...
... rods or wading deep into waist deep water to cast their heavy nets. Wearing my skinny jeans, sunnies and backpack, I was out of place amongst this remote surrounding. The villagers eyed me inquisitively. It was questionable who was more curious of the other, me or the villagers.
Our 3 days stay in Xianju was an intensely beautiful experience and our next stop was the ancient city of Hangzhou, the provincial capital of Zhejiang. ...
We started the morning very early, and after last night's massage, I slept like a baby. Today, we went to an incredibly peaceful garden to get involved in Chinese tai chi, where many people demonstrated their skills to us and showed us a few moves. The funniest part was their warm up song, being "Gangnam Style," and the fact that they were all over 50. I loved seeing another traditional Chinese lifestyle right in front of me. I never thought ...
Tomb Sweeping Day is a National Chinese holiday celebrated in April. It is dedicated for the people who have deceased. It is a tradition for Chinese families to climb mountains and visit the tombs of their loved ones. They take a broom and sweep their tombs. As well they bring food for the deceased and leave it on their tombs, the family has a picnic next to the tomb to show love to their deceased family ...
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