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Travel Blogs from Taishan
... Life unfolded in a slower motion here in Tai O as compared to the hustle and bustle of citylife. Egrets were regular leisure visitors at Tai O. Sunrise or sunset highlighted the silhouettes of egrets are perfect picture for photographers.
Big Buddha on a mount in Lantau island was a cultural landmark for Hong Kong. It was definitely great for naturalists, hikers, and Buddha ...
... Kaiping we walked a lot, visited Sophie's aunt and family at their home. They planned a restaurant family dinner for the evening. This is the evening Zhiwei randomly found us (luggage story). Toby was still a main attraction in the city. Hard to miss maybe?
The buildings around here look terrible and run-down from the outside. Just like some in the village. At home, the nimby's would be calling for removal of these eyesores that resembled ...
... this definitely not an all-inclusive list.
A neighbor owned a water buffalo? yak? that he walked to the water reservoir in evenings to drink and possibly cool off. Enormous animal! That water was stocked with edible shrimp and people caught them. All around us were rice fields close to harvest time.
Early mornings every day, a man drove his motorbike through the village ...
... mostly fluent (lost some but got enough to figure out) with everyone from the area and all the visitors. Everyone I met that day either asked me about Toby's luggage or asked Sophie or her mom. People were in and out all day for the festivities. When anyone saw Toby, they asked one of us about his luggage.
Sophie's mom was so worried Friday night about conveying the wrong address to the ...
... there are endless fields of green (rice).
Disconcerting how everyone referred to the house in Taishan to me: "Do you want to go Home now?" or when I asked to pop over later in the day for photos there was confusion until, "Oh, you mean Your house." But I guess that actually makes sense.
Part of the celebrations included the traditional ancestor worship they hustled the 4 of us there to ...