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... we did that. Probably the job of raft punter is not a great one. But the difference of not having a motor on the boat was incredible. Even though there were tons of rafts going up and down the river, it was still quite silent and peaceful. The extra money for the raft trip was worth it, just to float down the river without an awful noisy motor in your ear all day. The punter told stories in Chinese that everyone laughed at.
... and beans. One of my favourite dishes so far in all of China!
They told me the cold soup was only good to eat in the summer and it had cool properties in Chinese medicine, so it was good for us, especially after all the beer and greasy "hot" food we ate all weekend.
I said goodbye to the entourage and we made some loose plans to maybe go to Xiamen for the upcoming September holiday.
... There were also some propaganda tourism videos actually projected onto the planet, which showed scenes from Jiangxi's tourism board. It was quite mesmerizing and I forgot my camera, sorry.
Then, we went for a short drive to see the pagodas and the bridge lit up at night. When we got home, I washed my clothes on the "antibacterial" setting because they stunk so bad still. It took two hours and I didn't get to bed until 11!
One of the four most famous mountains in China, the highest peak of this mountain is 2158m high.
I arrived here last night, quite spontaneously. I'd decided I needed a few days break from training, and another girl was just leaving the school in a taxi here, so I joined her. I mean, it's not every day you get offered to join a 750 rmb, 3 hours private taxi ride, to one of the most beautiful mountains in China, for free. I'd be silly not to come along!
... housed in a very comfortable and cool cave. After ordering a simple lunch of assorted fresh vegetables we joined a small group of young local Chinese students who were out for the day enjoying each other’s company and warm sunshine. The temple has a history ...