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... motorcycles, scooters, bikes, and pedestrians. The light just turns green and you go. Driving is insane, there might as well not be any lanes painted on the road. Driving here is kind of like a cat, "if it fits, it sits", so "if it fits, it goes"... and sometimes not even if it fits it still goes. But the taxis are pretty cheap which is good.
There are a ton of markets around here, so we went to the supermarket to get food to keep ...
... we were more inclined toward people watching. May and June are months for weddings and about 3-4 weeks prior to the wedding the soon to be happy couple are posing in wedding garb in park settings for their wedding portrait. It's a scene like no other. For some, there is an entourage and for others just mother and photographer. We had a hoot watching this all unfold. Biking back to the hotel demanded a different route, we just couldn't dart our ...
After an hour train trip from Suzhou to Hangzhou (Hang-joe) we were met at the train station by Mr. Bei our driver for that day. First impressions are often deceiving but the train station in Hangzhou was the size of some major airports in the US. Very modern, very efficient and not too busy for mid Monday morning. Hangzhou is a city of 9 million and is the capital of the Zheijang Province. We went directly to the Westlake area of Hangzhou which is ...
... owned yacht parked in front of the villa today. It was the only boat on the lake of its lavish design, or size.
The trail around the entire lake is 13 miles long, and we rode most of it today on our bicycles, which was very fun, but also very exciting. We had to constantly be aware of incoming obstacles on all sides of us as we rode — dodging people, buses, motorbikes, cars, taxis and more. Lots of fun, but the girls were ...
... up here, it now makes sense. We take lots of photos of the incredible views from here, and then walk across the face of the mouton to what is said to be the most famous Taoist village in China, shaped as a half moon and directly over looking the s-shaped river below. One of the early emperors from the Song dynasty built the Taisu Palace here in 1226, which is a very famous Taoist temple. Due to this villages location above the s-shaped river, with the ...
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