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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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Excellent place, bit out of the bustle and the crowds !
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... hundred Bai buildings going back yo the Ming and Qin dynasties. And as it is really a long way from most places tourism has not (yet at least) wrecked the place. Good for us! Eventually we returned to our Bai house (our room was not larger than 9m2 but with western toilet and hand basin. Cost $35) and had dinner ($3 pp) sitting outside and eating with the staff of this inn. The two girls spoke English ok but the other three at the table only spoke ...
... and three cups of tea. The three cups of tea represented the bitter, sweet and spicy of the progression of your life. The bitter represented the growing up part of your life, the sweet represented the adulthood of your life and the spicy represented older adulthood and the ability to remember the memories of your life. The Bi Minority show demonstrated different clothing of the group as well as some various dances within the Bi Minority. Our favorite was the wedding dance ...
... that hannah's back was trying to impersonate some crispy bacon, she had even managed to get a little streaky bacon strip at the top of her shorts where her top didn't quite meet them :-)
The day had took its toll on us so to rejuvenate the soul we opted to go for a massage before tea! However due to the severity of hannah's injuries we could only go as far as having a reflexology foot massage, but surprisingly this was just what we needed and ...
... then take a dirt road going up a hillside. I am passed by some locals on a motorbike and turn onto an overgrown path that leads me ultimately to the top. A woman returning from the fields compliments me on getting the bike up there, and I ask if I can camp a night there.
The next day's climb does not disappoint, and while mostly of gentle gradients on excellent, little-used road, lasts 30 km or so. A massive, roaring waterfall provides an excuse for a pause (see video). ...
... Chinese!! Turns out they didn’t catch that we wanted English. They took it back and it didn’t take that long until they gave it back with mostly English. We bought an external hard drive and headed back to the old town with our mostly Chinese but functionally English computer.
Thankfully, the other task of finding bike repair kit supplies went really well once we stumbled on the only bike shop in the old ...