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Travel Blogs from Wuyi Shan
... of the Small Animals Protection Society in China.
Me: And you eat dog?
Thankfully she then understood what had happened.
She: (Between giggles)…I meant do you like dogS, I have several.
Me: Of course but I love cats much more.
She: Do you eat cats?
Me: Yes, in Guangxi we ate my friend’s ...
... the Walking Dead, Speed, Drive, Mission Impossible, Men In Black, Pirates of the Caribbean and in between a few new flicks that are found tucked away on the many ‘Twenty Eight On One’ DVD’s I have.
Of which I think ‘Grabbers’ would be my absolute favourite of the bunch of singles.
... in almost every shop, just as she used to 16 years ago.
We got the Square which is home to the August 1st Monument to commemorate the first uprising Mao organized by the peasants in this area. As the old song says "…they paved paradise, and put up a parking lot…" In this case, the words need to change to says “…they paved Chairman Mao, and put up a Walllllmart…” It was so funny. ...
... night I booked online as soon as I'd made the decision (two hours before taking the taxi), because I knew I'd arrive late. I stayed in what turned out to be one of the, if not THE most amazing hotel I've ever been to. Luxurious is an understatement, really, especially for a dedicated backpacker like me.
So I started my first day in Wuyishan with a hot bubble bath, a gourmet breakfast, and couple of hours in the swimming pool, sauna and gym (all free?!). I felt like ...
... hundred inscriptions carved into the red rocks.
The Jiuquxi River, Nine Twists Bamboo Raft Adventure
Click the above for one of my bamboo rafting adventures
The river originates from the southwest foot of Huang Gang Peak, which is the main peak of Wuyishan. It has nine twists, hence its name, Jiuquxi River (Nine-Bend River). The total length of the river ...