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trekking through motherhood, one journey at a time.Wed, 23 Dec 2015 17:43:01 +0000hourly1https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8Comment on The Big Easy – Kid-Friendly Indulgence by trish
Wed, 23 Dec 2015 17:43:01 +0000http://safariroo.com/?p=294#comment-8240You, Scott, AND your children have been richly blessed Lauren!!! We are so happy to read about one of your “adventures”…GREAT commentary; we definitely “felt” part of the experience! Keep Enjoying!!! Our love, Trish, Mitch, and Zoe
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Mon, 07 Dec 2015 14:25:25 +0000http://safariroo.com/?p=1318#comment-8202Awwww… they look really happy and enjoying it. =) I love the Longjing Tea Plantation and the Nine Creeks too. It was a rainy day for us that day, but somehow it only added up to the charming quality of the Misty Forest that we passed by. Hangzhou just couldn’t go wrong.
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Sat, 20 Jun 2015 02:32:00 +0000http://safariroo.com/?p=1988#comment-5397Hey Melissa! I’ve obviously been quite neglectful of the ol’ blog lately, sorry for the belated response! We didn’t book any formal tours, partly because we tend to prefer to be on our own time and partly because it’s just easier to have our own mode of transportation with the kids. We did arrange cars through our guest houses for travel between Lijiang and Shaxi and Shaxi and TLG. Visiting the sites around Shaxi, we actually just arranged a car for the day to take us through the scenic area and then onward to TLG (which was much more cost effective than booking in Lijiang). The temple I gushed about in my post (can’t remember name right now) is a must. Go EARLY, it’ll be way worth it. There a dozen other awesome villages I would have loved to have had the time to visit, as well as beautiful remote lakes and much, much more culture to experience in terms of China’s ethnic minorities. All in all, having traveled around China quite a bit more since (stories of which you won’t find here…like I said, I’ve been neglectful in updating this blog as of late), Yunnan will go down as one of our favorite places in China.
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Wed, 27 May 2015 12:15:11 +0000http://safariroo.com/?p=1988#comment-4888Lauren, thank you for the informative post. As an artist/photographer, I am interested in this area of Yunnan and was thinking of staying in both Shaxi and Shuhe. Did you take any tours through either guest house? When visiting the temples, etc., did you hike all the way or take public transport for part of it? Any particular picturesque/cultural “must-see” recommendations?
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Wed, 15 Apr 2015 15:13:09 +0000http://safariroo.com/?p=2149#comment-3465SO impressed by your writing Lauren! Learned so much about the PI’s & loved your pics!