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From Zhangjiajie we took a bus to Jishou, and then another bus to Dehang. We decided to skip Fenghuang (super touristy) to visit this un-touristy town set in beautiful mountains and picturesque rice paddies. It was absolutely the right decision. Finding a place to stay was a little tricky. The first place we tried seemed nice enough until I looked up at the ceiling. There were spiders everywhere!. We finally found ...
Well, today was super hot and muggy. It was a sweaty day.
We started with a walking tour of Fenghuang. It is called the City of the Phoenix since it can rise again and again after floods.
The tour was interesting, but we pretty much just walked around and looked at different houses. We then took a river cruise. I did not like it at all. The boats here make me ...
After we all came down for great heights, today saw us hit the road for the 4 hour road trip to Fenghuang City. Although we were miles away from the well known Great Wall in the north which protected China from invaders, we did venture to a small section of the South Great Wall, also meant to keep invaders out of this area of the country.
We worked our way into the ancient city ...
... had to sit in and cry. Way to take the fun out of a wedding ceremony... Dee, maybe we can get you one before your wedding! They also had a few performances, one guy juggled meat cleavers. It was great. So thrilling. I bought the commemorative picture for $3. Gotta contribute to the economy somehow.
Also... I got all the luck today. Everyone tried to throw a few Mao (cents) into the happy Buddha's cup. If ...
We were pleased to see we'd avoided too many new mozzie bites over night and headed to our usual waterfront restaurant for a relaxing pasta brunch. After checking out of our mozzie filled room we got a taxi to the 'pick up point' the lady in the hotel had written down for us; literally an unmarked point by the side of the road. Luckily a group of very helpful teenagers eager to practice their English were hanging around, so we ...
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