Tuesday, March 20, 2012

"would you buy some tea from me?......."

said the little boy...
as we walked up the slope towards the village....


"these tea are fresh.... and my parents 
just made them today"... ;)
insisted the little boy who was determined to 
make his first sale of the day....

and that was it..
I bought 3 bags of tea from these kids of the
Wa ethnic minority village

in Yunnan, China.



I've selected the following photos for this post as I know my blog friends 
who have a special interest in fabric art will be delighted.
we were gifted with their unique and beautiful fabric weaved by these women.... ;)








( here's a glimpse of the beautiful embroidery (the bag) and weaving style
of the Wa ethnic group.)





and after a week of volunteer work in Yunnan, we returned with
fond memories and a thankful heart...

Happy T Tuesday!!

steph

8 comments:

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

You visit the BEST places. I wondered where you had been, and now I know. What a fabulous trip with a lot of interesting photos to remind yo8u of Yunnan.

Caterina Giglio said...

fabulous photos, looks like a marvelous trip, with lots of great memories, happy tea day! x

kimmie said...

I love to see the places you visit ... and your point of view .... who could resist the sweet face of that little boy? and I'm sure your tea is excellent!

welcome back home! I'm sure you have many stories to tell of your time there!!

T's Daily Treasures said...

Absolutely wonderful! You are privileged to visit with these wonderful people and learn of their ways and traditions. Best wishes and blessings, Tammy

madebyKarla said...

Amazing pictures! Thanks for sharing!

~*~Patty S said...

Thank you for sharing this extra special tea with us dear Steph

Beautiful weavers and weaving!

I've missed you

Sending
Peace
Love
and
Light
to you and yours always!

~*~Patty S said...

thank you also for the Wa Ethnic Group link...so interesting...I can only imagine how your time there touched so many hearts including your own of course

and that is one precious tea seller too!
oxo

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

I always love it when you share your trips. What a charming little boys face. Missed you. xox Corrine