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... with the crops and provide a colourful interlude by the road. There is corn, cabbages, onions, melons but no rice or wheat. Each little side valley is filled with crops. There are occasional glimpses of goats and sheep corralled on small ledges. Melons tumble down the sides of the terraces. We are heading for Lijiashan, a 550 year old village hugging a hillside set back from the Yellow River. There are 100's of cave ...
... for our liking. They did make everything very convenient and it is very pretty, historic hotel that’s a great place to hang out and meet other travelers. Yeah, we recommend staying at Harmony House
Shanxi Province is a narrow province between the new capital of Beijing and the old capital of Xi’an but still, most tourists don’t know about it. The Hanging Monastery and Buddhist Cave in the north ...
... worse droughts in several years which is bad news for their farming communities but excellent news for us as the weather is simply lovely. To take advantage of this fact, we hired a couple of bikes and hit the road. We cycled outside of the old city walls and through the non-descript new town before hitting the highway which is packed full of articulated lorries thundering past: super-industrial China in full swing. Just an ...
... bring us to where we wanted to go. He was cursing in Chinese all the way up the mountain (at least it sounded like it), hahaha. Still, this is why is so ****** to use taxi's in China: it's a constant battle to get ripped off as little as possible..
As with many Chinese historical places there is a famous legend about Mianshan:
2,500 years ago the state of Jin (I guess somewhere in China) was in turmoil and one of the princes, ...
... go through. I don't know if it's true, but a couple other students were informed by a local in Pingyao that there is a train straight from Shijiazhuang to Pingyao city that takes one hour. If this is true, I'm am going to flip out. I never want to be on a bus for 25 hours ever again. We have three more required trips this semester and I believe we travel by bus on all of them. Even to Beijing, we are taking a bus, which will take 5 to ...
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