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... of a shock. We chose a restaurant which was the best we could find that indicated a blue indifferent face. The entrance to the restaurant was in a mall however this mall looked like a bomb had hit it. There was rubbish lining the walkway and all of the shops had been deserted except for our restaurant which was surprising busy. We are writing this blog in hindsight so safe to say we survived. After dinner we continued our tv show 'House of Cards' whilst admiring the view of ...
I'm sorry for not writing for the last few days. We have been so busy wrapping up the main tour, saying goodbyes, and getting to Guanzhou. Here's a quick recap of what's happened the last few days. Day 10: We woke up in Yangshuo and started our way back to Guilin. This time, we rode by bus. On the way back we stopped at a cooking school where the girls made a few Chinese dishes. They even made dumplings! They did a great job. After we ate their ...
... popular with the locals. The food was excellent although a little bit like the show Fear Factor. I didn't ask too much about what type of meat was in our food. I actually tried chicken feet...Surprisingly the taste was not bad, however once is enough. Our next stop was to tour the new city center. The Asia Games were held here in 2010. The city spent $$$$ to develop the area for the games. This includes a stadium exclusively for the opening and ...
... seeing some of the sights, and certainly the size, of the city.
Late morning we went for a wander to Zhongcunzhen, the little village across the road from me, and had a walk in the sunshine and warmth before getting lunch at a random restaurant. The young lad who might have been our waiter, stood and watched Carol & Don eat their meal - occasionally he would do something, like take the plate of ...
... by a very wealth family in Guangzhou. The original purpose was for the family to live in it and also to offer sacrifices for the family ancestors. Thankfully no sacrifices were made yesterday and we enjoyed our visit. It has now become similar to an art museum and also has many active artisans that do paintings, paper cutting and carving. After that we went to Lychee Bay which is a large park with water in the middle of the city. We then returned to our hotel. It ...
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