Nine-turn valley, rock tea, river rafting
I got some travel photos.
Mount Wuyi, which is registered as a World Heritage Site , and its famous place is Jiuqu Valley, which is famous for this rock tea.
Ride a bamboo raft down the nine winding rivers.
The trees were clinging to the rock surface, and among them was a tea tree. . . .
The mystical scenery makes it seem like the truth is that the tea was given by the gods.
However, this year it was very cold even though the temperature was low.
In fact, everyone was shaking, and I think they were just thinking about whether or not they would arrive at the dock as soon as possible. .
After getting off the raft, everyone was shouting that they wanted to drink hot tea, especially milk tea.
But there is nowhere to drink tea.
Whether it's hot udon, soba, or soup, there's even a word called miso soup.
Such a drastic change in temperature is also an element that makes delicious tea.
And the cold trip continues the next day . . . . . . .