Travel Blogs from Jishou
... it. Eaten hot it was utterly delicious though I found it lost a bit of its appeal cold. After we realised that it was midnight and we were still shopping and taking photos we went straight back to the hotel and slept like the dead.
Based on the itinerary provided, the first sightsee place was Feng Huang Ancient City (凤凰古镇). Well, I did a bit research on this place. Not so bad from the images searched via google. I love this place as the houses are built along the river which contributed to the beautiful scenary here. The Miao ethnic minority are settled ...
... it exist ranging from biscuits made using over sized mallets to flatten the dough to something akin to brandy snaps made by pulling melted candy off a peg forming long brittle strips. Naturally we had to sample the candy but due to an ominous lack of dentists in town we decided to only buy one bag if each. Apparently Fenghunag is also home to a large population of Chinese ethnic minorities, although you would do well to ...
... Make a new friend and walk the streets. Wake me up before you go go, yes, but first let me sit awhile.
A sense of calm resides here as fellow expats and tourists alike collect by the river dressed in traditional clothing, capturing the perfect angle on their cameras and enjoying the moment. Locals wash their clothes nearby and tasty snacks are only steps away.
This is Phoenix country, and the firebird is one to remember.
... trying to find that delicious tofu I had in Dehang, but I'm afraid it might never happen again :( She tried to tell me what I wanted were various things that weren't what I wanted. I don't think she knew what I was talking about.
She tried to tell me things in English, but nothing made sense, except for when she pointed at the roof tiles and explained that they were for preventing the spread of fires.
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