Moxi is the small town that is the gateway to Hailuogou Glacier Park. Although the glaciers are the main draw, the town is adorable and worth a visit, in and of itself. Old buildings are interspersed with newer cafes and bars. The shops house really cool gift items. I have a pair of slip-on shoes that I often wear back in the US. Some of the shop owners paint with bright colors and bar owners decorate with painted bottles. At breakfast, some small restaurants make fresh noodles (noodle soup is a popular breakfast item here and in many places in China). There is a dichotomy between the old and the new, but it all seems to work together in this quaint village.
I have traveled all over the world, including adventures in China, Uganda, Taiwan, Thailand, Cambodia, Argentina, Vietnam, Israel, Jordan, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Spain, France, Switzerland, England, Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Costa Rica, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Dominican Republic, Mongolia, Netherlands, Canada and Mexico! My greatest love is introducing Americans to the sites, traditions and people of China. My hope is to give travelers a new lens through which to see the world.