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Travel Blogs from Wenling
Still up at 3:30AM. Probably by the time I get it right I will be flying home. Vicious cycle. This morning's run was the clearest ever interesting...someone had a fishing rod all set up with the line in the water and a camera trained at it. Trying to prove "the one that got away"???? Who knows? I have enough to worry about, anyway. I finally caught the calligrapher in action. You know, the one that paints with water on the pavement. I stood and watched for a while. ...
... fat. Right after he got done eating he plopped right back down in front of the computer. This got his parents chirping right behind him telling him how fat he is and that he needs to move. My entire family proceeded to shoo him out the door to go walk a few laps around the house. It sounds mean, but that's just the culture here, and as an outside spectator, it truly was entertaining and funny to watch.
Also, just another quick ...
... that we’d read about online.
We happily paid the 50 kuai entrance fee and skipped gleefully into the park. We followed the excited holiday travelers down the short path to the famous waterfall and found…
A tiny stream of water dripping from the top of a cliff.
... If you like, you can play mix and match with the pictures yourself to guess who’s who.
Afterthe five hour train ride to Wenzhou, we went to a traditional mountain town where I captured a lovely moment in which the three Chinese girls took simultaneous selfies. Before the bamboo rafting and mountain hike to see a super-long waterfall, we stopped in ...
... a plant would get shut down, even if black smoke was pouring out all day long. Further, the government owns the power plants, so a government agency like the EPA is never going to issue a fine to a government plant. Why fine yourself?
There is no real incentive for them to use or maintain the pollution control equipment at their plants. And because their staff is so poorly trained they couldn't maintain it, even if they wanted to. And that brings ...
Other places to stay in Wenling
No.1 Fangshan Avenue, Daxi, Wenling | Hotelfrom $49
Downtown, Wenling | Hotelfrom $31
No.158 Sanxing Avenue, Wenling | Hotelfrom $66
Downtown, Wenling | Hotelfrom $38
1 Wenchang Road, Zeguo Town, Wenling | Hotelfrom $32
Downtown, Wenling | Hotelfrom $85