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... Des, Andy and Neville were packed up ready to go. Des and Andy had been on a reckie to try and locate some gas bottles for our cookers, without much success.
Later in the day, we went to an enormous market which had everything, located stall B7, and got 48 gas canisters to share between us. It’s only because you’re not supposed to ship gas containers in your vehicle when it’s shipped from Australia to another country, that we ...
... only a mere 7 million. Even with the major redevelopment and construction, the city retains a gritty rural china feel.
We stayed at the GreenForest Hostel, and were presently surprised at how nice it was. The staff are great, the food was average and atmosphere was good. We even participated in a Dumpling party where we made our own dumplings, which turned out ok actually.
The city itself has not been our favourite. The air quality is quite poor, ...
... research about plane vs train costs and travel times to Guilin, our next stop. Thirdly was to book our Guilin hostel once we decided on our travel methods (as this would affect our arrival date). We found the washing machine and set out to find the local supermarket (Carrefour, the French one) to buy washing powder or liquid. We found it after a slight detour, and wandered the aisles aimlessly. “You know what I fancy mate?” I asked, ...
Sunday evening I decided to cheat a bit, and flew from Guilin to Chengdu. The coordinaters for the panda program came to pick us up at the airport, and drove us to the hostel where a few of the other volonteers were waiting.
We met an israeli guy who told us about a club called CC where apperantly all foreigners got to drink for free so we all decided to head out and get to know each other better. My first day I met Samantha from the US, Sigrid ...
... mountains and the peak is over 3000m above sea level. For those of you who don't know the metric system very well that is a little less than 2 miles. As a Buddhist mountain there are plenty of temples and monasteries throughout the park, many of which offer accommodations for cheap prices. The goal of many of the tourists heading to Mt. Emei is the Golden Summit, so named because of the giant statue of Samantabhadra, who supposedly became enlightened on the mountain.
At 7 ...