Peace Family Holiday Hotel
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... I am to do that but they seemed happy.
That night we managed to find a beer pong table (for those of you that don't know what this is, just imagine a game of ping pong but you have to get the ball in a glass of beer at the other end of the table) which was really fun and then we went dancing in the local nightclubs.
The next day I caught my last overnight train to Hong Kong for the last chapter of my China ...
... handed down from generation to generation up to today. The old couple who lived there now, showed us what their life was like. Sonja got to have a go at mashing the soy beans to produce soy milk and soy paste using the traditional grinder. We saw where the chickens were kept and the area used as their kitchen. It really makes you appreciate what you have and also makes you think about all the things you probably don't really need. Still, they are happy with what ...
El viatge de 4 hores pel riu Li ens va sorprendre a tots per molts motius: el vaixell, molt més bonic, còmode i net del que ens pensàvem, amb musiqueta de guitarra xinesa relaxant, estovalles blanques per dinar i tot, una espècia de Bateaux Mouche; per la vida al voltant del riu amb els camps d'arròs, els bous d’aigua, els pescadors que porten el peix "fresc" i llagostins d’aigua dolça ...
... views over the countryside and karsts and we enjoyed watching some climbers struggling to make it up the rock with the moon shaped hole.
The view didn’t last long though as the rain continued and everything turned grey… however at least we were cooled down.
The next day, having enjoying a lot of the Chinese food, we thought we would have a go at making some and so signed up to a cooking course. This started with a tour of the ...
... best lunch EVER! Edamame, almond rolls with sweet sauce, Yangshuo style dumplings, garnished with parsley, rose blossoms carved from carrots, real sweetpea flowers, fences of half cucumber slices standing on edge like soldiers, a cappuccino, a can of coke, and a 1.5 liter bottle of cold water. All for the equivalent of $20. Now we're resting in our air conditioned room at Cosy Garden ($25 per night) It's amazing!