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Lily is a wonderful host and a great source of local information. She is also a good climbing partner and lots of fun!
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... traffic behind and cycle through the more pristine areas of rice fields framed by limestone karst pillars. By this stage the temperature was approaching 35 degrees and cycling was becoming a less pleasant means of transport, so we headed back to the main town where we joined the locals cooling off in the river.
As the most easily accessible town in the limestone karst region Yangshuo is difficult to avoid, but was actually ...
Our penultimate stop that marked the end of four months in China for me. Yangshuo was the perfect chilled out place to leave China from. The town itself was really touristy, the most concentrated westernised place I'd been to in China. You could buy bratwurst, English breakfast and macdonalds all in a short walk. The scenery around Yangshuo fully makes ...
... Ens sap greu perquè volíem veure com l’esforç de la “Bern House” al cole de les nenes, havia servit per construir una escola. Hauríem també fet un informe de què més necessitava el poble amb més urgència per poder focalitzar les campanyes de recollida de fons del curs vinent. En fi. Seguim aprenent a ser flexibles.
Un altre dia, fem ...
... small, yet popular town of Yangshuo, located in the Guangxi region in Southern China. Reaching this settlement was far from straightforward, and involved quite an eventful (and stressful!) journey. As highlighted in my previous entry, obtaining my Chinese visa was somewhat of a hassle, so a voyage of minimal fuss would have been most welcome – this wasn’t to be.
... was so fierce they called all people ( 10,000 people) out of the seats and under cover for another 20 minutes until the storm passed...the show must go on and it did; by the time the show finished we could see the night sky stars (Big Dipper)- the show was enjoyable Chinese folklore, in a bay of the Yulong River and using lighting on the surrounding karst mountains and water (over 600 actors, dancers, singer participate in this production). A glass of wine, some journaling and ...