Yin He Hotel Taizhou
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... flat so it allowed us to see
the mountains and past them to ones in the distance. If you took away the road
and the run down houses it might look like something out of avatar. I slept
most of the bus ride (as usual) but was awake long enough to admire the scenery
haha the night before, Katrin and I made friends with this random Chinese guy
who was born in Hong Kong but had spent most of his life living in France… so
he could speak Chinese and ...
Today main schedule is slim Xihu located in the south of yangzhou very beautiful in April these days. The city flower of Yangzhou Qiong glower broom for only ten days in April. We are very lucky to see it because of higher temperature. The restaurant "食为天” is delicious and worth of money average rate for one person CNY 60. Great first day ...
... villages where new houses were being built. The land around the villages was like a giant allotment, with lots of neatly tended plots, as well as fields of rice. They grow lots of satsumas and grapefruits which look like enormous yellow pears here.
Alf is a great source of local knowledge, and entertained us over lunch, with stories of the goings-on with the other hotel owners, the police, the other expats who,live here. ...
... and desks have old abacuses that the pharmacists still use when calculating and filling prescriptions.
We then walked around the town through small alleys and roads, observing daily life. Because it was a smaller city, we were very alien to them. It was actually cute, when we got off the bus, swarms of elderly people approached us, and they just kept coming. They all just stood around and listened (even though they couldn't understand us) with the ...
On our second day in Taizhou, we woke up early and headed out to observe and learn Tai chi from masters of Tai chi. It was such a beautiful way to start the day, watching tai chi along the river, below beautiful traditional architecture towers. At first they made us get up and try to follow along.. we felt pretty ridiculous, and everyone probably got a kick out of us, because we had no idea what we were doing. All of the people that we were learning from ...