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Travel Blogs from Guilin
... place, where they put me on a bus full of Chinese people. Then we drove down to the river and got on a little boat. There were only two other people on my boat, two cute Chinese girls, really really excited to be there and they always wanted to take my picture for me in front of things, so I let them.
You can see the awesomeness in the photos, I don't think I need to describe it really? They took a picture of me in front of the picture on a cigarette packet and ...
... rain. The one constant so far has been the murk: we are not sure yet how much of this is foggy winter weather, and how much is the level of C02...The pollution here, in every city, has been remarkable, and nose-cloggingly filthy.
Our flight was delayed, I think due to murky weather, but we arrived safely in Chongqing a dark, cold Tuesday night, where we expect to be for four days or so.
Love to you all,
Martin & Lyndsey
... the relaxing cruise, we ended in a small tourist town called Yangshuo, which according to our guide, is packed in peak season with Chinese and Western tourists alike. We landed at the base of "West" street, named for the many westerners who visit. The streets are lined with shops and people selling everything from scarves, chinese dresses, chinese recorders, toys and other nick-nacks. Lili bought a Chinese recorder, and has now mastered twinkle- twinkle ...
... lots of shopping and food markets, some parks, and plenty of mosques and temples. That evening we met back up with the Anna and Christian (the Germans that we met in Penang). The four of us walked around Bukit district which is a lively place at night, mostly filled with food stalls. We had dinner and a beer and then went home. Malaysia doesn’t make their own beer, so we had beer from Thailand called Chang.
The next morning we headed to ...
... to expect, but the views were really great. It would be difficult to find your way out to the rice terraces on your own, but there are plenty of companies in Guilin that will pick you up at your hotel in the morning and drop you back off in the afternoon.
The second day we took a tour that took us on a boat ride down the Li River. When we got to the river before we got off the bus our tour guide gave all the white tourists on the bus stickers. He went on to ...
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