Travel Blogs from Wenling
... we were out in nature, absolutely gorgeous
woods surrounding us with the old babbling brook gurgling aside us. Many people
were taking baths, washing up or just sitting in the cool shade with their feet
dangling in. When we got to the waterfall, there were many people climbing and
milling around and of course there were 85,000 pictures taken! Bamboo rafts
were in the water (I couldn’t help but remember the incident on the bamboo raft
... humidity - water was dripping off our clothes! Completely disgusting. And there is no light. Anyway we stop and look up and it was like this huge craggy mountain was there. It just appeared, the stars were sparkling and the full moon was just beginning to crest one of the peaks. I'm telling you if it wasn't for the hear it would have been all encompassing. Well, the heat and the 85,000 other people! (The mountain area is called 'Yandang'.) the guide kept saying ...
For Mid-Autumn Festival, I traveled with Huang Qian and her bargain-savvy friend, Xuxue, to Yandangshan, a mountainous area near Shanghai. This region is full of fabulous natural sites that you, too, can see for the small price of 50 kuai per location! We were particularly excited to see the ...
... short of naming our new animal friends. Kaoquanyang means “roasted whole lamb”. After living in China for a certain period of time, you develop somewhat of a steel stomach. At least, I thought so until a recent misadventure in Thailand...The point is that by the time we got our plastic gloves on and our kaoquanyang was on the table, we were ready to dig in!
... another point that I've been considering.
The West has been pushing China for decades to be a low-cost manufacturing center so that we can get good prices on the things we must have at home. As competition to produce those goods here in China increases, prices get pushed down even more. The only way to preserve profit margin is to reduce costs, typically by using cheaper materials. There is a sense here that everything is cheap. Everything ...
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Other places to stay in Wenling
No.1 Fangshan Avenue, Daxi, Wenling | Hotelfrom $49
No.158 Sanxing Avenue, Wenling | Hotelfrom $66
Downtown, Wenling | Hotelfrom $38
1 Wenchang Road, Zeguo Town, Wenling | Hotelfrom $32
Downtown, Wenling | Hotelfrom $85