Shutong Moutain Garden Hostel Yangshuo
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... to the ship, which they were carrying, old-fashioned style, in bamboo baskets hanging from a pole carried on their shoulders. A LONG walk, with a LONG staircase at the top. Mercifully, we only had to schlep our backpacks up, but as one of our gang said -"oh great, a hike, and swimming too" as the stairs were pretty much a waterfall.
And we were met by our local guide Ben, whose English was great. It was a long weekend (labour day) in China, so ...
... makes travel so fascinating.
As Wendy finished each dish, she went to the faucet in the patio area and washed the bowl or utensil. The chopping block was washed in the same way. Everything was cleaned immediately. It is understandable why Chinese dishes come one at a time, they are cooking in on wok.
After lunch we walked around the village, most homes are built with an adobe type of clay brick, that seems to deteriorate and ...
... the pictures will really do it justice. The karst mountain scenery is so unusual, and throughout the trip we were encouraged to imagine what the different mountains resembled. Apart from the large Government run boats we were on there were many smaller bamboo rafts with Chinese passengers, It resembled a weird flotilla of gondolas. Too late to right anymore tonight. Next instalment tomorrow ...
... end both Sam and I felt very sick. Our snails pace was confirmed by James who greeted with the comparison of his record 8 minutes through HK airport with our 80 minutes. The buggy HAD been mangled and Daniel claimed £100 for the inconvenience. He managed to make it roadworthy before we skipped through the green channel of customs. The kids were desperately excited as we cruised over the suspension bridge catching glimpses of the bright lights of Hong Kong ...
... OK but at least we were now fed and could head over for a look at the Banyan Tree - its 1500 years old and really quite impressive. Other trees have been grown up to support its massively leaning branches. It was getting on a bit so we didn't really have time to head off to do anything else so just chilled for the rest of the afternoon. We headed out for some dinner and quickly discovered that the path from the hostel was pitch black! Lucky we had James' phone to light our ...