Baigong Boutique Hotel Guilin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... hair traditionally singing and dancing…. If I could understand Chinese im
sure it would’ve been about the life in the village because that much I could
understand from the dancing. At one point they must have been demonstrating how
people were married in the village because they got three guys from the crowd
(westerners) and made them participate in a traditional wedding ceremony. It
was really funny and interesting to watch I only hope for their sake it ...
... from Chaoyang Pier to Gongnong Bridge and then came back over a little rapid. Everyone was friendly and waving and saying 'Happy New Year!' It started to pour with torrential rain while we were on the raft which was quite amusing. We cycled back to our hotel and left Judy. Will and I wandered down the streets and found an Indian restaurant to eat in. The food wasn't the best Indian food, but the young boys who served us were ...
... in the centre of town and after 5 minutes were negotiating a Chinese roundabout. After this ordeal the road turned in to building site with particularly nasty patches of loose gravel. Eventually we hit a better surface and quieter roads but at no point did they ever become 'country lanes'. Despite this it was a very, very pleasant afternoon. Roz did brilliantly. If you have never been the 'stoker' on a tandem you will not appreciate ...
... turned out well.
In the evening after our dinner at Cafe china, we went Cormarant fishing.
Cormorant Fishing- is a traditional fishing method in which fishermen use trained cormorants to fish in rivers. Historically,cormorant fishing has taken place in japan and China around 960 AD.
To control the birds, the fishermen tie a snare near the base of the birds throat. This prevent the birds from ...
... the river. We took up a raft, this time in 2's and we each had our own Chinese guy to paddle at the back! Off we set down the river! It was so calm and relaxing, no sound of engines just the natural surrounding. We passed a few rice paddies and vegetable fields where they were working. Again the mountains scattered the distance and around us! We dropped down a few little water falls where because it was just bamboo, there where holes between each bamboo stick so ...