Riverside Retreat Hotel
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Had to move. The sewer smell coming out of the drains was intolerable. Yuck!
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... extent of the law. Hmmmm.... Anyhow a guy shows up, demands 5 yuan (about $1) and opens the gate. My guide showed me to the most amazing views I have ever seen in my life. Steve turned up a bit later and we spent probably 45 minutes taking photos. When we were ready to go Steve and I decided to pre-empt the demands for money, so we got out 100 yuan and I tried to offer it to our guide. He reeled back in horror and refused to take it. He showed me ...
... without feeling any pain. Burning your mouth without realising because you've numbed it doesn't sound like a good idea to me but David Cameron apparently liked it in his hot pot, I wonder if he had an Eaton mess afterwards to cool him down? Maybe he took the Bullingdon club to China, locals spit on the floor in restaurants anyway so his Bullingdon boys would probably find their behaviour relatively polite.
Chengdu offered ...
... of the words!
Surrounded by giant karst peaks is what the locals now call The Hidden Valley, the only way in was once a small track leading up from Binjiang Lu which is hidden from the public by the Covered Walkway along the Li River. Now the main and easiest way in is ...
... we risked a fate worse than death and carried on. Amazingly there were no cameras or spies or people with guns and we made it to the top where a nice man was waiting to try and sell us cold drinks. There were amazing views from all angles over and around ...
... 2.5 weeks in a small town, life in Yuxi had become a routine. Although ‘routine’ and time to ‘wind down’ was exactly what we had ordered, there is just something about the unexpected that really gets my travelling toes tapping. So, when Gina and Jer arrived in Yuxi, eager to hear our “weird and maybe bad news” about why we wouldn’t be attending this afternoon’s classes, they too ...