The most spectacular of all falls!
R.I.P., my favorite sci-fi actor. May you live long and prosper in the vastness and depth of the Universe. Your katra will always be with us.
It’s been quite a while since I posted here — been busy with my baby the past months and really have no time at all to get on the computer at all. And LOL only discovered this iPhone app today! So now I can finally login and post an update. Missed everyone here! ❤️
(Pic from web, origin unknown).
The Town of Zhou-Zhuang is a bit disappointing as far as ancient town goes — it is way too commercialized to my taste. However, there still are some nicely preserved part of the original old houses alongside the waterway. It was towards the end of our trip that we found “the” best of Zhou-Zhuang. It was the “Cardboard Art Garden & Shop” — so new and yet intriguingly becoming and fits the town better than anything else. So, come with me and let’s start from the very beginning.
Now this is the real cool place that I was talking about at the beginning. The “Cardboard Art Garden & Shop”. Everything here is made of cardboard — those outside in the open air were made of a special kind of paper so that they are totally fine when it rains or even when put into water for a long long time. Be prepared for a lot of pictures! (some are taken with my cellphone, though, so they are not so clear, but I’m just so excited and have to share).
Lanterns made of paper:
In the end, we had to say, “every place has its beauty”, although beauty may not always be where you expect them! 🙂