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- Free parking
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The last few days have gone by SO incredibly quickly, I haven't had chance to update my blog and I think I’ve probably forgotten most of what has actually happened. I will try my best to combine the last 3 days or so into one entry and hopefully it won’t be too bitty but I’m definitely going to make a conscious effort to keep up to date now, I’m also going to treat you all to a 'crazy things that happen in china’ post because there are so many ...
Had an absolutely spectacular day in Yangshuo today. A few days ago when I was up at the rice paddies, I started worrying about what I'd do in Yangshuo, as the unpredictable weather, the flooding river, and a few blogs detailing bad experiences had made me nervous about my plans. One of the blog posts I read suggested hiring a local guide named Lilly Lu and recommended her highly. I immediately sent her an email and asked if she was available at short notice to guide me ...
... London traffic! We soon head away from the traffic down near the river, close to where the show was last night. Traffic is quieter and we assume it’ll get better now we’re out in the ‘countryside’. Sadly, we’re wrong – we’re end up heading along a dirt road that’s essentially part of a huge construction site outside the city, so we end up having to dodge construction traffic and the usual cars, bikes and tuktuks at the ...
... we had the strange experience of queuing (about 100 people deep) to get into the check in area. As the flight time approached & the queue hadn't moved, nor had any official looking personnel appeared nor announcements made, people starting getting agitated that they were going to miss their flight. But of course it was fine in the end as we were all checked in & through immigration in record time & we left China on the eve of the last day of our visa. ...
... for road space on
the windy trail. Sam had recommended starting this route earlier and we could
see why. The competition with cars in conjunction with the nearing triple digit
heat made for a somewhat unpleasant journey. We stopped at a small hotel on the
way for a drink and rest about 2 hours in called the Cozy Tea Room. We all had
refreshing drinks and used the facilities before setting off again. We reached
Xianting not too long after and opted to cross the ...