Jade Maid

Address: National Tourism & Holdiay Spot, Wuyi Shan, Fujian, 354302, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on National Tourism & Holdiay Spot, Wuyi Shan, is near Mount Wuyi.
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    Travel Blogs from Wuyi Shan

    The Back In Guangze With Ting Ting Adventure

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Feb 16, 2014

    30 photos

    ... and noticed that every second female no matter what age had a bunch of flowers in her arms. How strange I thought, giving flowers for the Lantern Festival.

    No, its ...

    The Original Shaowu Crew Back Together

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Feb 10, 2014

    35 photos

    ... br> Ting Ting and I met beneath a snowy Guangze Town sky, headed to the small bus station and caught the next bus south to Shaowu Town where the streets were thankfully dry and free of snow and mud. I left for the second time two and a ...

    The Guangze County With Ting Ting Adventure

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Feb 08, 2014

    40 photos

    ... songs. After the ceremony, a local villager who is recognised for having good luck is asked to cross the bridge first in order to bring good fortune to everyone. The worker in charge of construction is called ‘main rope’ while his assistant is known as the ‘assisting rope’ and they are the only workers to ...

    Mount Wuyi

    A travel blog entry by ronchu on Feb 22, 2012

    30 photos

    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!


    Why Not Go Home Day 1 - Wuyishan

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Apr 16, 2011

    50 photos

    Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya,

    When are you coming home?
    Why do you like living in China so much?
    Isn’t it about time you came home and got a real life and job?

    Over the years I have noticed a trend when it comes to the 'coming home’ questions and they seem to pop up every two ...