Travel Blogs from Ningde
... and we had octopus and pig's head! Yup...moving on up from the parts of the pig's head to the whole head. I can just imagine what is next! On the way out, I was asked by the waitresses if I would let them take a pic of me with them, to which I said 'yes' and after the girls looked at it and burst out laughing...starting to get a complex! AND NOW...we are in our five star hotel and it is SUPER! Just chillin' and enjoying the ...
... being a very sheltered cove, it more closely resembled a lake.
The highlight of the city was a path I stumbled upon by accident. In strolling along the backroads, I noticed that a bus route came running along one relatively small and uninteresting track. Thinking this a little strange (buses naturally normally sticking to main roads), I followed it to the end and discovered a little park. More than this, a path meandered up ...
... temple and the people
that lived there. We got to see a lot of interesting people while on
After our fun hike we went out for lunch... to
On my last day in
Ningde I relaxed and enjoyed time packing.
…. I had to stand on the train ride home for three hours…. Squished
to the entrance/exit doors… not so fun.
Had a good time :D ...
Tomorrow I leave for Xiamen, Fujian, China. I have accepted a job to teach ESOL to local schools and to also teach foreign children (Americans/Canadians/Australians) also! I have signed up for a five month contract. I hope my experience in Xiamen will be as "amazing" as my one in ...
... myself privilege to live in a smaller city in China. I have gotten to experience so many things that others do not get to see, hear, smell, sing to, dance to, or live with. When I traveled to Hong Kong I thought it was a beautiful and big city, but, it was like other big cities I have seen. If anything Hong Kong reminds me of New York City, USA. Shenzhen was a smaller city then Hong Kong, but it still had many foreigner attractions... I would also ...