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We had an absolutely perfect day with our tour guide - Rogin Luo - who took us for a hike along The Great Wall! Didn't know what to expect and were thrilled to have him as our guide. Very imformative, knowledgable and fun! We go to experience a part of The Great Wall that was unrestored and see all its natural beauty. Got a long history lesson along the way!

After the hike, we all went to lunch at a small place at the bottom of the hill. Located in a house, we ate lunch in the proprietors bedroom! What a hoot! Rogin is the Best of the Best! This tour company delivered for us and we are extremely grateful.

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Westborough, Massachusetts
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Wuyishan Food
Wuyi Mountain is famed for its 'caught on the mountain food' ranging from flying, swimming, slithering and hopping animal delicacies, to fungus and bamboo dishes. The most famous of these dishes is probably the Shilin frogs (Shilin qingwa rou), the various snake (she rou) dishes, often cooked with fungus or bamboo, or the Jiuquzhufa made by the chefs of the Wuyi Hotel. The mountain is also famed for its variety of locally produced wines ranging from the chrysanthemum brewed to the snake flavoured types.

Jiuquzhufa
Jiuquzhufa, created by the chefs of the Wuyi Hotel, is known in these parts as the essence of Wuyi Mountain cuisine. It is made by mincing fragrant mushrooms, lean meat and fresh water fish together. The minced stuffing is then rolled into a tender bamboo shoot sheet and cooked either by steaming, frying or braising.

Grilled Bean
If you have a chance to live in the house of country folks in Wuyi Mountain area in autumn, you will most probably be served their favourite specialty-grilled bean. You will surely enjoy yourself when you eat it while listening to the folk ballad.

Snake Banquet
Wuyi Mountain has long been known as the kingdom of the snake, and the variety of snake dishes here is almost limitless. The best way to really appreciate this delicacy is to take a group to sample the snake banquet: a selection of dishes all containing our slithery friend. The mountain cooks will do their best to refute the assertion that it 'tastes a bit like chicken'.
Snake banquets can be found in the menus of most top end to mid range hotels, just ask for sheyan or sherou yan.

Wuyishan Wonton (Bianrou)
Wonton of Wuyishan named Bianrou in Chinese can be divided into over 20 species according to different fillings, cooking methods, ingredients, and eating methods. There are boiled wonton, deep-fried wonton, quick-stirred wonton, shrimp meat wonton and so on. Wuyishan wonton (Bianrou) featuring thin and nearly transparent skin and thick stuffing is a very popular food. Wuyishan wonton soup has faint scent.

Nutrient Soup by Pot
This is quite a toothsome and restorative soup, which is contained in a pot. Varied soups are available according to your tastes such as blacken chicken with ginseng soup, old duck with ginseng soup, and pork meat with Chinese dates and medlar soup, etc. Some persons may think these soups must be stodgy. To be frankly, every pot of soup is the combination of Chinese traditional medicinal materials and invigorants with chicken, beef, duck and pork. The soup is insipid, but tasty.

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