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... that we hoped in the bus again and drove an hour inTo Yangshuo. My tour guide, a 23 year old Chinese student studying in Guilin, asked me at the beginning of the tour if I was into Chinese boys. The other Americans and I exchanged exasperated looks and I answered 我有男朋友 ;, I have a boyfriend. This stopped all further question on the subject until our tour concluded and he handed me his phone number saying, in case you get lonely. Yangshuo is ...
... was 3 1/2 hours long. Man, what a beautiful view we had from this boat. Every couple of minutes, the crew members would get on the microphone to tell us a new landmark that we were passing. We saw local people giving our boat fresh fruit, fishing, having a picnic, and just relaxing by the water. We also saw horses and water buffalo! When we arrived into Yangshuo, we saw beautiful apartments and hotels along the river. We got to our hotel and had a ...
... was cheaper than at the box office, and partially because it included transportation to and from the show. As it turned out, a gentleman from South Korea and I were the only non-Chinese in our group. We both started talking and ended up sitting next to eachother because, well, we had more in common with eachother than we did with anyone else in our group. When we got to the show, it became apparent that the audience was, like our group, mostly Chinese. When the show started, there ...
... the Great Wall of China, to an authentic tea ceremony, to savouring a dumpling banquet, to seeing the Terra Cotta warriors, to getting up close and personal with the Giant Pandas, to mingling with the monks in the peaceful monastery, to scooting through the countryside right after surviving a bridge laden with aggressive monkeys. Not to mention gazing at the 3 lesser Gorges on the Yangtze river after getting a dress made to order and finding a top of ...
... from the typhoon - so maybe it was a bit of both.
The far views of the karst mountains were terrific. Vivienne took us through some quiet countryside and gave us lots of opportunity to take pictures and wander along river banks. At one point there were three old ladies - two claimed to be over 80 and the third not far behind. As they saw us approaching they leapt to their feet and made out they were working the old irrigation ...