|Local morning market|
|Aini traditional set lunch|
|Tai Lue style temple|
Next, we visited the biggest Pu Er Cha (or Puer tea) brewing company on the way back to Meng La. Not only tasting the tea, we also can admire the tea leaves that they dried and make as an art. For examples, as 3D picture in frame and the UNESCO (the biggest) round tea monument made purely from tea leaves.
|sampling the tea brews|
Last night here in Xishuangbanna, we just had a nice local street food with our guide. She took us to the local Meng La spicy noodle and skewers. It was a balmy night but with good companions and great food, I couldn't complain nothing.
Until we see you again Xishuangbanna. Bye for now and Octie Appetie...