A few of the nice monkeys at Zhangjiajie.
The monkeys here were much less interested in us humans, probably because there wasn’t a stall selling “monkey food” – however some tourists had brought their own snacks, which they were willing to share and I saw people by the south gate buying packets of crackers to give to their children, so they could feed the monkeys. 78 more words
It’s a winter morning when we visited Mt. Jiuyi in South Hunan. Rolling hills were hidden in the morning mist, as if they were not awake yet, while a flock of ducks quacked and followed the master all the way down to the field, hoping that they can get a first bite of the breakfast. 54 more words
Growing up, I spent a lot of time with my parents exploring foreign shores, especially the US. My father is a die-hard fan of American action films, the typical American ‘muscle car’, and he just loves having a burger and double-thick milkshake once in a while. 464 more words