Day trip to the Dali Flower Market. Yixing teapots, Puer Cakes, and more!

July 29, 2014

We spent the day at the Dali Flower Market near Taichung and picked up some pretty Yixing clay teapots. We're pretty exited about what we've got planned & we think you're going to like it too, so stay tuned! 

For now, here are some photos from market.    





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