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... 4-5 storie buildings all connected, but barely any people. About 1/3 of the shops were closed (or more) and there were probably more buildings and cars than people. It was weird. So I found this cheapish hotel and I've just been relaxing. Tomorrow, I think that I'm going to the Nanxi River. If I have time, I'll also drop by the Rice Mirrors.
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... just under the amount he had left. Yey!!! So I had him buy our next long journey. I think this would have been near impossible without him. I was so thankful for his help. Not only was Richard so kind and happy to help us, but also everyone else that worked there was outstanding. They would write anything we needed in Chinese for us and they helped us learn to say some important words in Chinese. Brock and I had our own room with a very comfortable queen ...
... the cliff face of the peak, is occasionally interrupted by waterfalls and whirlpools (I managed a sneaky dip in one of the whirlpools when my slightly paranoid mother was looking the other way. Although the water was sensationally refreshing, it was little bit harder explaining to mother about the wet shorts). Pavilions, styled in the traditional Chinese architecture and engraved with ancient calligraphy were dotted along the ...
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The crazy lunch left everyone with naptime and paper-writing time, two things I definitely took advantage of. Being our last night in Taizhou, I wanted to try to find things to do. My friend Callie and I went for a walk around the town, just to check out the sights. I loved how quaint the place felt, even though it has a population of 5 million. We prepared for dinner after the muggy ...
Since we don't celebrate this day our friend Apple decided to gather us foreigners and take us on a loooong hike through Xinchang County. It took a few hours to get there by bus, but definitely worth it. Saw huge green tea fields, old local people in the plantations, beautiful scenery, and of course wonderful company. All in all it was a wonderful experience to remember. Hope you enjoy the pictures ...
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