August 11, 2013

Somewhat Roomy





Another carefree sunny day opened with a sip of Longjing Tea. It is a variety of pan-fried green tea produced mostly by hand and has been renowned for its high quality. When it comes to traditional Chinese teas, Longjing tea ranks at the top. There’s one shop in the basement of Beijing International Tea Market sells Longjing tea exclusively. Here you can find quality Longjing tea at inexpensive prices, and here we were. Every time we come to a factory, they always offer a very tempting price, that’s why we bought the goods in madness.

Geraldi, Fio's Grandma, Emily, Glenaldi


Today we spent a lot of time on the road because we moved from Hangzhou to Huangshan by a bus. I was pretty excited with beautiness of Huangshan that many people are talking about. Especially for its mountain. Wait for the next post ;)




In the evening we went to Tunxi Market after having a dinner. Anyway I prefer Huangshan dishes than any other city’s. They taste like salty spicy. The layout of these buildings commonly takes on the appearance of shops in front while houses and workshops are to the rear. Along the street there are many shops that have existed for over one hundred years. Curios and knick-knacks including inkstones, brushes, local teas, and Mao badges can also be found. It is a paradise for tourists to buy souvenirs rich in Chinese culture with comparatively lower prices and it’s a must-see kinda thing when you are on a trip to Huangshan City. Nowadays it is also used as a natural studio for films and TV series.

Beijing Market Strand Hat // Bershka Erubescent Dress // New Look Outerwear // Topshop Satchel // Converse Sneakers


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