Bamboo House Resort
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- Free parking
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"Gently Down Yulong".....We arrived in this tiny tourist village (pop 300,000) late at night. It was nice to see that we lucked out as far as our hotel and its location are concerned. It's always so hit and miss. This will be our last stop in China and it's nice to end on a good note. Yangshuo is in the middle of the Karst Mountains. ...
... mad fresh dumplings. Great fun learning the different ways to fold them. Peter was an excellent teacher and we all cooked fabulous food. After it was all cooked we attempted to eat it all. It there was far too much.
We all climbed I to a private bus to go to the light show at night. Ting Ting did not come with us so we had to wait for a lady to bring us our tickets. Eventually found her and made our way in. There were hundreds ...
... way a few hours later telling me there was nothing wrong. For me that just made my head spin worse as I was convinced there was something, but obviously nothing was detected. My anxiety controlled my career and my personal life. As a salesperson, it actually worked to my benefit. When things didn't go my way I would keep trying, I would try something new, I would knock down doors to make my sales happen. I didn't take no for an answer. But what works well in my career did the ...
... normally i don't even bother with these markets, but i've got two hair bands, two hair pins, two scarfs, two necklaces and a donkey. i love my donkey - it was a present for Leela, but i'm still not sure if i'm ready to part with my donkey. my bargaining was not bad, but certainly i am convinced that everything is so cheap that it's indecent to knock down the prices, hence i don't actually bargain. however i did knock down the prices a bit mostly by buying 2 ...
... hostel once we arrived at 3am. Although it turned out to be a breeze, with a local bus to the city centre and a taxi the last few kilometres to the hostel. Guilin itself is a place that, according to Lonely Planet, is on every Chinese national's wish list. Easy to see why when we were out exploring the city the next day. Positioned both sides of the clean-ish Li River and dotted with hills poking up from the flat land all around, Guilin is a very picturesque city. However, ...