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... both good Chinese and Western food, even an Indian restraint that wasn't half bad. I adore Yangshuo and was in heaven for the five days I stayed there. In the mornings at around 8am, before any of the shops or restraints were open, I would rent a cycle for 20¥ and bike to Moon Hill and Shangri-la or hike through nearby villages, practicing my Chinese with the locals who invited me into there modest homes to sit by the fire and share some snacks. In the afternoons I ...
... It was full of teenagers excited about writing postcards. It felt like a trendy café. We also saw pedicure centers where they have those little fish that remove your dead skin, yuck!
There are many things in China that are easy, and one of them is to activate a SIM card for the phone. Quick, easy and cheap. Also, wifi is available and free everywhere! Hidden behind the shops neon ...
... Zealand, I went black water rafting, skydiving, bungy jumping, and drank a hell of a lot of 'Goon'.
In Australia, I began travelling with Cleo (aforementioned girlfriend), went on a road trip, saw the Great Barrier Reef and worked in a hostel in Cairns.
In Singapore, we ate a lot of bizarre foods and sneaked onto the roof of a lavish hotel.
In Kuala Lumpur, we ...
... and hip main shopping area, as well as the multitude of more western style eateries.
After our early check-in, we decided to partake in the super popular Yulong River Bamboo Raft tour. You basically site on a bamboo plank raft, while the local guide, poles the raft down the river. This is quite a gentle and quiet journey... until you start to hear loud water... like a waterfall or rapids. It is actually man made "dams" used to flood ...
... their fields. Our aim was to reach "secret beach" which it seems is no longer a secret because there was rubbish everywhere; it was just upsetting that Chinese people are ruining their landscape by not clearing away their own mess. We managed to find a pretty clear spot and set up for lunch: weird sweet pastry things, nuts, crisps and chocolate for me :) We also ended up sharing our picnic spot with some buffalo! We didn't really do much other than sit and chat and have a bit of a nap ...