Dragon Bridge in Yangshuo One of the destinations I loved visiting while biking in Yangshuo, China, was Dragon Bridge. It’s a beautiful place to relax, take a swim, and just enjoy the atmosphere. Can you spot the wedding couple at the top of the bridge? It’s also popular for wedding photography!
by Mark Wiens on March 15, 2013
Chinese Burger This Chinese hamburger was a cross between a Mexican taco and an Egyptian street food pita sandwich. It was quite delicious!
by Mark Wiens on February 22, 2013
Yulong River, Yangshuo, China In the gorgeous town of Yangshuo, China, one of the most popular activities for tourist is to take a leisure bamboo raft ride down the tranquil Yulong River. Scenic and relaxing!
by Mark Wiens on February 15, 2013
Village, Yangshuo, China When I was snooping around an ancient Chinese village near Yangshuo, China, I came across this crew of puppies standing on the wall. Their bossy older brother was barking commands at them and they behaved obediently.
by Mark Wiens on December 20, 2012
Lunch in China is a big meal (and a big deal), and for myself, it’s probably my favorite meal of the day. While in Yangshuo, there were a number of options for lunch, one of them being a huge assortment of pre-cooked dishes all set up buffet fast food style on a table – you [...]
by Mark Wiens on November 16, 2012
Chinese Sashimi, Guangxi, China Chinese food is not exactly known for including too many raw things. In fact, everything is nearly cooked to death, even lettuce is supposed to be cooked. But in the small village of Chengyang, we had a traditional Chinese ceviche-like plate of raw fish cooked only by the acid of lime [...]
by Mark Wiens on October 19, 2012
Everywhere in Asia, the fresher the better. From live fish markets that look like aquariums to restaurants, it’s always best to eat fresh. You know the fast food slogan “we don’t make it ’til you order it?” How about, “we don’t butcher it until you order it!”
by Mark Wiens on October 12, 2012
Chengyang Village, China Just after finishing a few cups of Chinese tea and wandering around the village of Chengyang, we were approached (more like attacked!) by a group of old Chinese ladies that wanted to sell us many many things. It was her smile that eventually made my heart melt and I bought a little [...]
Hey! My name is Mark. After graduating from university, I decided to travel and EAT!
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