When we first arrived, this older woman tried to lure us into buying a floral head wreath. Ignoring her as we strolled after our guide, she continued to follow us for a while until we saw others wearing them and thus relented since they were so cheap... the equivalent of about $1 each.
The woman appears to be making a face at us, but the senior's camera started going crazy taking a bunch of pictures while she struggled to figure out what was happening. The wreath peddler thought it was funny. Come to find out, the senior had inadvertently set the timer for multiple shots.
The 6th grader and I were amused by the fun stepping stones to get across the little waterway that ran through the ancient town.
I took these from the teen's pic download - it's not a vacay unless we're on the lookout for dogs and photographing them.
How about a little snack?
Or maybe something a bit fresher. Take your pick.
Below are some interesting things we saw while we were strolling through the ancient town, most of which was initially built during the Ming and Qing dynasties that date back to the 14th century.