Itinerary - Susan Moss Photography

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The Australia China Friendship Society have invited Susan to lead a second photography tour in October 2019 after the very successful 2018 tour.

The tour will commence in Shanghai for three nights and then onto the Fujian Province.  Read the itinerary for full information.

It is an all inclusive fare from Australia, airfares, accommodation, transport on tour, most meals, gratuities.  

Photographers at all levels are welcomed and spouses too.  From professional to a happy snapper, come and enjoy the scenery and the camaraderie of a small group of like minded people.   If it's a point and shoot you have, that is just fine,  enjoy the images you take.

Single supplement - if you don't wish to have your own room and would like to share, please let Susan know and she will endeavour to match you up with another participant also wishing to share.

Artists may also consider joining, taking reference images for future paintings and there will be time at most of the different places for you to sketch.

PERTH INFORMATION SESSION - Saturday 9th March 2pm is being held at 15 Plantation Street Menora.  Roz Hanley National Tour Organiser will be in attendance and we will endeavour to answer any questions you may have about the tour.
Afternoon tea will be served.  Please rsvp if you plan to attend by March 8 here  


Booking form land content only    For those outside of Australia the land content only fare is AUD $3870.00

Membership Form Australia China Friendship Society Join the Society to get the Members fare $4610 - $30 per year or $15 Seniors


       
Tulou (Hakka Round House)  image by Rick Yang Guilin
Information about the Hakka Round House from my friend Philomena Yong\
The Hakka people originally from Northern China, migrated in groups to settle in the south. They were looked upon by the southern locals as "guests families" (Hak=guest, Ka=family) a polite euphemism for intruders - hence Hakka built their homes like fortresses with thick walls and one main entrance as a protection against the hostile locals. Each round house is a multi-storeyed structure with many rooms and each room housing a whole family. The open space in the middle serves as a place for functions on special occasions and recreation.  Each round house is a village in itself.

The Fujian Province is a photographers delight!  Tripadvisor reviews on Xiapu County


A lot of the towns on the itinerary are small and not showing on maps. Rick in Guilin who designed the itinerary, chooses just the best places to visit.

If you have any questions please contact Susan or phone 040 908 6694

Please read carefully the fine print regarding deposits, cancellations etc. The group is a min/max of 10 persons.  Your deposit will confirm your spot.

Should you wish to extend the tour before or after please contact the travel agent Eric of China Bestours (Aust) Pty Ltd or call him on 1300 88 66 78

You can see the images taken by the participants 2018 tour here

All fares are in Australian dollars

The Fujian Province is south of Shanghai and we travel there by bullet train.





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