Travel Blogs from Xinyu
... over, close your eyes and not worry about another wasted day, thankfully though today when I woke a few hours later it had slowed down to a mere drizzle.
Today's destination was Yangcun Village.
Well actually it was yesterdays and several days priors destination.
... a small Wuyi Shan.
I'm sure about crossing that little bridge near the top though!
In fact I could have flagged down several buses but both times as I was already half drowned I continued to try to hide beneath my umbrella (remind me to buy a bigger one) as I past many old villages filled with large ...
... the art of the making fine traditional Hakka rice wine.
Facing the Lianjiang River and the Yuzaitan Pond, the complex with a history of more than two hundred years is situated between two hills. A ...
Hey Hey and a Big G'Day Toya,
This is what its all about,
Boarding a bus and visiting something as beautiful as the Guangxi New Fort.
I know in my last blog I wrote about my fasination about the Hakka People but it it is also about the Returned Immigrants, ...
... more rectangular in shape than similar structures in Yongding. There are more than five hundred Hakka weiwu scattered across southern Jiangxi, with some three hundred and seventy found in Longnan so the country is aptly known as 'the land of Hakka weiwu'.
First built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the ...