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We took a Chinese tour for the 3 hour journey to visit the Hakka village at Yongding. This is a UNESCO World Heritage site. These were communal living areas (sometimes for up to 3,000 people).
We were on a packed coach full of Chinese families. We stopped off at a large supermarket selling goods made by the Tula people in the Hakkas: coffee, tea, shortbread, etc. We passed through beautiful countryside with banana plantations, and tea ...
Took a day trip by car to visit a few Tulou clusters near where I was staying. The Tulou are absolutely stunning. Self contained multi-story villages. They all had wells in the interior courtyard as well as sometimes wells in the living spaces. The first group I went to was vey peaceful because it was earlier in the morning and not the huge tourist draw. Had a great time wandering around. Then I went to see "King Tulou" the claim to fame of which is that it's ******* huge. Like really ...
... to one to lend me the string and then showed them how to make Jacob's Ladder. Their faces lit up with excitement when I showed it to them and of course they wanted to know how to make it (at this point I was very glad I didn't show them the only other stick figure I know, which is like 5x more complicated to make). I walked them through it and the little girl managed to successfully make Jacob's Ladder with some ...
I awoke at 6 am and immediately showered. For breakfast, I had fruit and eggs. We went to the gift shop at the hotel with all the ladies and I got a Really cool jade Buddha necklace. I also got a silver bracelet with a Buddha pendant for a gift. Terry bought about 15 sparkly clips and gave me a pink one : ). The group boarded the bus at 7:30 to go to a cable car ride and the zoo.! We got to the zoo and walked around a scenic ...
... road for over 31Km, hardly a walkable distance, even for one as determined as me. I had been intending to just settle in for the day, maybe do a bit of a local hike and then see the sights the following day but seeing the time I realised that it was more than feasible to get started today. As an added bonus this guy would take me on his bike greatly reducing the cost (Which admittedly was still a sizeable £15). For his safety he wore what looked like a hard hat made out ...