Xitang is a typical southern Chinese riverside town. Since I came back from Bohol, several old friends ask me out to visit this ancient town.
In fact, I have been to Xitang several times. Every time I came here, I can find something new and interesting. If you are here to look for astonishing views, then you come to the wrong place.
Xitang is the place where we can rest our body and our souls. With melodious rhythm and refreshing style, this piece depicts the eye-catching scenery of the watery region in South, and the people’s praise of their new life.
Xitang is the synonym of water. It is China’s largest water town. It is so beautiful that just like a piece of Chinese painting.
The morning of Xitang is quite but full of hope and energy. Unlike the city people who are always hurry up on their way to work. People here leisurely enjoy the beautiful morning and the delicious breakfast.
I know my title of this post may sound weird to you. I was planning to out of sea to see the dolphin. However, I didn’t have the good luck to see these cute and smart angels in sea.
The sea in Philippines is really beautiful. Today I got up quite early. The sky was still dark when I went out. I was going to see dolphins. It was a big pity that I didn’t see any dolphins. Capitan kept saying sorry and explained to me why we couldn’t see them. In fact, I was not so disappointed. The reason is, I didn’t expect that I could see dolphins at very beginning.
We spent 1,300 Philippine pesos to rent a boat. It was not expensive at all. There were five people on the boat: the Capitan, our guide, and three guests including me. The boat was big enough for our five people.
Therefore, my dolphin day was called off. I stood on the board, feeling the gentle and cool wind and the shiny sunlight. Every thing was so beautiful! It doesn’t matter whether I saw dolphins or not. I have already enjoyed a nice day. That was enough.