Bamboo House Resort
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... cormorant fishing! The cruise itself was much busier. It was amazing in different ways as the sky was bluer, all of the colourful umbrellas added a splash of colour and the mountains were closer. At the end of the trip, there was feeding and selfies with a water buffalo. As the fishing was so quick I signed up for yet another fishing tour which took place after dark. It made for **** photos but it was pretty cool. The fisherman had a light hanging at the end of the ...
... getting better with proper chopsticks ... It is quite embarrassing though when you see kids the same age as Harry chomping on their food at the speed of light with chopsticks and I have to use fake ones! After lunch it was back to the training class for Bob's second class of the day, this time it was about classroom and activity management. I already knew quite a bit of the content and have been using it for a while but it's good to hear and know that I'm doing the ...
... this was the worse loo of the day but the rest weren't much better. The bus was packed and our seats were in slightly werid angles with no space, the journey was 5 hours but felt much longer...mainly as the woman behind me put her feet up on the ledge right next to me, so all I could see was a smelly foot with really gruuby nails, I felt sick, I used the curtain as a sheild then she started clipping them!!!! She finally stopped and I took a sneak look loads of ...
... it takes 2 hours but we had one hour on the highway and the second hour on very bumpy small Chinese roads. Antje looked a bit scared – I could clearly see in her face that she was questioning the place I brought her. But in the end we arrived at Yangshuo and our cute little hotel – a recommendation from my Western colleagues.
The hotel was family managed and with a beautiful view over the city with the background of the mountains. Very nice! The ...
... day I ventured out about 20 km to a museum which focused on the Ethnic minorities of the area. Apparently Guangxi, the province I am in is about 1/3rd non-Han Chinese, about 18 million, all told. That's fairly big considering the country is 93 percent Han. Its neat to see a bit of heterogeneity showing through the ubiquitous weave of Han civilization and was definitely a worth while trip which has inspired me to head north after my next stop into the Minority regions of the ...