Li River Hotel (Decui Road)
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The drive from Guillin is fairly short and we arrive in Yangshuo fairly early – the climate is noticeably warmer and more humid than when we were further north at the Yangtse only a day earlier. Leah has mentioned that this place, our last stop in mainland China, is very touristy ("save souvenir shopping for Yangshuo!") Most of the group head …
... would be much better at it second time around. We would definitely recommend China as a destination and know that we have some valuable insights. Perhaps the most important is this....Chinese people can easily be misunderstood by westerners. They are, at times, reluctant to interacts. This reluctance is easily perceived as dismissive and cold. I think it's just humility. In some cases, a "speak when spoken to" thing and in others, an "I'm not worthy" sort ...
... This time we were not going to sit in the hotel. We were going exploring! We were told there was a spot called West Street that was a great spot for some shopping. When we learned we could bargain there, our minds were made up. We ventured down the street to this little market. What was nice was that there were no motor vehicles allowed on the street so you could walk in the middle of the street without worrying about getting hit by a car or bike. We ...
So the plan to head south chasing the sun hasn't quite worked out. Heavy rain today scuppered my plans to hit the market this morning. Some people went regardless as it tied into buying food for their cooking class so I still got the low down. The main reason for me visiting this market is because they butcher dogs and cats. Those that went said it was pretty rough, with skinned dogs hanging on hooks, live ...
... the locals like to think that the it resembles a monk and a nun bickering, along with Chaoban Hill looking like a tablet held by officials in court in ancient times.
Arhat Hill is also said to look like a smiling Arhat monk exposing ...