Peace Family Holiday Hotel
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Awoke to pouring rain this morning unfortunately. We left the hotel by bus which took us to the pier to board our boat for our journey along the Li River. What should have been a very picturesque journey was spoiled by the rain and mist. Nevertheless we made the most of it with the company we had. Ducking in and out of the cabin I was able to take some photos but not the ones that are normally taken. We passed tranquil farming ...
Yesterday our porters had asked if we would hire them again today to carry our gear down. We agreed and I got a cell number for one of them since we did not know when we would need them. By the time we woke up they had us staked out, sitting on the terrace by the door of the hostel! They weren't taking any chances on losing the job.
They had quite a wait because we didn't leave until 11. We spent the morning walking in the village and on the ...
... into the grey as they got further away. Some days it seems that the haze burns off in the late afternoon, but it is never clear. Any photography I do will need to be either monochrome or very early in the day going for a moody feel. The road rules here seem quite lax (as do many of the rules) and people only seem to pay vague attention to the lines on the road. There is a potent mix of buses, trucks, cars, scooters, push bikes and pedestrians, ...
Today we were up early to have a driver take us to an area on the YuLong River where we had a relaxing morning floating down a river on a bamboo boat. On the boat we sat on secure lawn chairs with an umbrella to keep us out of the direct sun. We arrived early so it would not be too busy or too hot. As our ...
... biked out. When I got back I googled pictures of it and realized as bad as this sounds that I didn't miss much. I also took a cooking class. The best and saddest part was going to the market with the local chef. She pointed out what things were like veggies and types of fish. All animals and fish were alive or very recently slaughtered. ;-(. By animals I mean they had chickens, bunnies, ducks and cats... all in cages. The cats were going to be used for cat soup(!). I also saw ...