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 …
... were around my neck and I kept slipping forward - combine that with the fact that we were travelling on a road that was just full of humungous potholes at about 70mph and you can see why it wasn't the most comfortable 2 hour journey!! When we got there we had to sign some papers that were attached to a photocopy of our passport and passport sized photograph then we were told to visit 5 different rooms where we would have various tests carried out to ...
... 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 ...
... as in a ride. We wanted neither and said no thankyou several times in English. If they spoke no other English, they knew this but they ignored it. I then tried Greg's, 'boo yow' share share', which I have written phonetically and means no want thankyou. Again they ignored. While I was used to touts just standing there and looking at you despite your disinterest, I decided to try a more firm approach as they were going beyond the usual limits. I removed the ...
... were beginning to panic as lots of them were selling out fast!
We had a quick lunch, and then hopped onto a public bus to xing ping, where they do boat rides on the river li. Before we even got off the bus, it was surrounded by tourist touts, trying to sell tours. Reckon they must not have spoken much English, cos we didn't get hassled at all! We wandered down to the river and had a sit, and said hello to a few babies (it seems people like to bring ...