Lianbi Family Inn
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... scenes and villages. The main attraction, the stunning limestone karsts that tower above the river, were covered in cloud and mist, but the photos do give you an idea of what they look like. I will have to compare them with photos we took 15 years ago when I'm sure the sun was shining. We arrived in Yangshou about 1.30 where we caught a large golf buggy type vehicle to the hotel. We have spent the afternoon catching up on some sleep ...
... the rice terraces, enjoying lovely "fews". I thought the walk down would be brutal on my knees but it wasn't bad at all. The rise between stairs is shallow which makes sense because absolutely everything for the village has to be brought up on someone's back. Shallow stairs make it a lot less arduous.
The village is built onto a steep hillside and all the streets are paths about two feet wide paved with stepping stones. Cooking is done on ...
... It is not unusual to see a pedestrian crossing the road through four lanes of traffic, barely looking at the vehicles in the road. Apparently the bigger the vehicle the less they give way, so it pays to be very cautious around buses! On our arrival at the Li River Retreat we ate an amazing lunch - stuffed green peppers, dumplings, beer fish all washed down with copious amounts of local beer. Darren is sick unfortunately and has spent the best part of ...
... us down the river we went over many weirs which really added to the fun. Near the end of our trip the river was definitely getting busier. It was a wonderful way to spend the morning. Back at our hotel we had something to eat and then relaxed in our room. The weather has been quite hot since we arrived ...
... whom work the fields during the day, two water buffalo and some cormorants. Technically it is brilliantly, the lighting is amazing. Whilst I don't necessarily understand the show I am impressed. Well worth the 250 yuan. Back to the hotel, and beer downstairs with bill and Sarah (uk) and Fiona and Sheila (Scotland). All are a great laugh. Tomorrow we are on the bus and back to Guilin via Mt Diecai and the South Sea Pearl Exhibition ...