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... the main street from the hotel. We tried local dishes -fish in beer Guilin style and Guilin style fried rice both spicy and treated ourselves to a nice bottle of Australian white which costs the same as the meal! Lovely food- good place to go.
Later we were in time to see one side of our hotel turn into a huge waterfall which was lit up and classical music playing as it cascades down, quite impressive and has attained some Guinness Book of Records ...
... he had much say in the matter.
The trip to Guilin was pretty uneventful. When I arrived I met the brother and followed him to his death-machine (otherwise known as an electric moped). I was carrying two heavy backpacks. Worryingly, my brain thought "I'm not getting on that, I'm going to die." whilst my body was busy getting on it. The 1st trip was quite terrifying, mostly because I had so much weight on my back and it constantly felt like ...
... was. After asking a few locals we ascertained that the station was in fact 20 - 30 minutes away down the road. Apparently we could get a yellow taxibus for 1 yuan to it, but could not see where to get them. In the end after a lot of umming and ahhing we got a taxi for 5 yuan each, and were there shortly. I was definitely glad we didn't walk! When we arrived at the 'bus station' ...
... have moved away and the old people have dies off. The streets are made of a *************e that is dark blue and worn smooth from hundreds of years of people walking. There were many interesting little stalls with old objects some of which were very interesting. At the end of each block of houses is a large stone wall with a gate. This is the firewall that prevented fires from spreading from one part of the town to another. The town was very ...
... Being a Public holiday there were lot of families visiting. Spoilt Chinese boys blew flutes though out the cave and spoilt the ambiance. Most parents seem to have little control of their boys in public. Lunch at the airport before farewelling Ricky and our final stop in ...