Li River Hotel (Decui Road)
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... she guided us through all the recipes that we would later receive on paper. All of them seemed to include the same core flavour ingredients – oyster sauce, chicken bouillon, salt, sesame oil, soy sauce, rice wine, and canola oil. The three dishes that each of us cooked included an aubergine (eggplant) dish, a chicken or fish dish, and some pork and chive dumplings. The funniest and funnest part was the shaping of the dumplings. Everyone seemed to be equally terrible ...
... only street and is absolutely jam packed with people, souvenirs, vendors, demos, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. It is so vibrant and bursting with humanity and atmosphere. Your senses are assaulted by all of the sights and sounds and smells. They were selling those remote control planes that fly so far and so high. They scream in just above your head and I have no idea how they avoid picking people off. They sell these great lasers that make all sorts of funky shapes ...
... way to get around! We are also staying in a dorm room in this hostel so we met an English guy pretty much straight away! In the evening we went into the city centre with him and a few Americans to get some beers! We went to a place called Mojo's first which was a rooftop bar so had some cool views but it was pretty quiet so we only stayed for one! Although we tried a shot of this horrible fermented snake thing, I mean there were actual dead snakes in the glass jar! Honestly it ...
... we transfer from the hostel’s mini bus to the tour company’s bus with groups of people that presumably came from other hostels and hotels.
During the hour or so’s drive to the Li River our guide Yang Yang (English name Daniel) gave us a lengthly and very thorough description of what we we’re going to do, along with detailed information on the history, culture and environment of the areas surrounding Guilin; all ...
... in Yangshuo, I got up early to rent a bike and set off for the country-side. It was wonderful. I didn't veer to far off from the highway when I headed towards the Dragon Bridge, worried I'd get lost, but it was still so peaceful to get away from city noise and busy traffic. I biked past many farmers and it was so fascinating to see how they did things so differently. For instance, they wrap black netting over part of their field, I don't know what the crop ...