Qinghuaci Home Hostel
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... and hand planting and harvesting rice. It was like a scene that time forgot! As the humidity increased, we came to a river which looked so inviting. The water was clear and flowed at a steady pace. However, we were not allowed to go for a swim as this was considered a huge risk for the tour company. Dismounting from our bikes, we embraced the challenge of climbing Moon Hill, a total of 800 stairs. (Thanks for that stepper work, Jarrod!) it was a hot climb, but luckily shaded ...
... full of tourist coaches, as this road had several caves open for visiting, as well as Moon Mountain. Once we reached the mountain, it was obvious how it got its name - it has a huge moon shaped hole in it! To reach the top we had to climb 800 steps (Mum stayed in the cafe!!) - the Chinese certainly like steps!! It was definitely worth the climb up as we could see for miles at the top over many of the karst in the surrounding area. I was quite glad it was a ...
... is surrounded by grassy peaks, I've never seen anything like it, it's so beautiful. We went on a bike ride (the roads are so crazy here) and sailed down the river on a bamboo raft, taking in the scenery. It's been lovely and sunny here today. I've really ...
... to navigate us down the river for around 2 hours. It was very strange because there were floating restaurants and photo points all down the river so the touristy side was really plain to see! Luckily our 'driver' didn't pressure us into stopping at any to buy anything! Although we did buy one picture of us going down a little drop which is where most of the photo points seem to be located! Of course we had to barter to get to price down with them as they asked for the equivalent ...
... and I gave her an incredibly tiny teddy bear.
After my lesson I got some wonderful feedback from Richard. He was very impressed by my lesson and could even tell I had taught before! However, he reminded me that I need to enunciate more and be more careful of my writing on the blackboard, as it was very messy and most Chinese students are used to reading perfectly written English. I'm glad we got such detailed feedback because now I know what I need to watch out for with my ...