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... the woman waving the machete! HA!) and plein air artists were painting the
colorful scene. We could have been anywhere in the world. It did not seem as
hot (90’s) but the humidity was 200% (my guess)!! I was sitting under my
umbrella and I was raining on myself! We sat at a little ‘café’ by the stream
and had ice pops and a few laughs. On way
back, we saw cave houses way up high in the craggy side of the mountain.
... He finally did and smiled and I smiled and said good job and he spoke right over me...he was smiling at his friends coming down the path! ME? I was invisible...such are days...We are off to our weekend adventure today. Some close mountain (Andi!) then back for shower, lunch and high speed train to an overnight to another mountain. I am hiking today in a skirt and keens...sorry, Joe...too damn hot! I only have one pair of shorts with me so I am saving them for ...
... my cute baby cousin. I put on my sunglasses one day and she looks at me and just points at my face. I figured she was intrigued by my glasses so I took them off and put them on her. She wears them like it's no big deal. Keep in mind this is my little baby cousin who doesn't let anyone hold her except her mom and occasionally Spencer. Well because I let her wear my apparently awesome sunglasses she let me hold her for just a little bit. She's such a ...
... from crowded, noisy, messy cities to peaceful, serene, calm mountain life was much needed.
Later that day we had lunch with a bunch of our relatives. And by a bunch I mean 50 or so. And my family members are naturally a loud and rowdy bunch so imagine 50 of them in one room...yeah I needed a nap after that ha. For people with weak stomachs or picky taste buds Wenzhou is not the place to come. At every meal we have seafood, but it's not ...
... village for lunch.
Don’t get too attached to the local farm animals
This town was famous for cooking a local specialty called kaoquanyang. Apparently, we weren’t the first to hear about it. It was a national holiday, so of course the road into the town was packed with parked cars and hungry people. On the long walk in, ...