Conifer Lishui Yang'guang Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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On our first leg of the journey from Guilin to Lijiang, Sarah and I were in separate cabins on the train. There was an elderly Chinese lady in Sarah’s cabin, happily slurping noodles all over Sarah’s bed. Sarah tried to explain that she was in her bed, but got nowhere, so eventually opted for a different bed. Later on that evening the old lady finally got off, and new people got on, at which point Sarah was forced back to her original (but now noodle covered) bunk. ...
... outside the guesthouse. We were able to take our time and enjoy the stunning scenery, not just of the gorge but also the countryside and the fields and village. It was a good walk down and back again and there was no one except locals about. Oh, except that we bumped into the crass Australian man who continued to make stupid comments. We had an interesting minivan ride back to Lijiang and was probably one of the worst trips I've ever had, not helped by the state of the road, ...
... about 'stuff'. I felt I learned more about China and the way it works on this day than in my whole time here so far - a thoroughly fantastic day! We returned to the guesthouse in the late afternoon and sat on the terrace just chatting and looking at the view. And then, luxury of luxury, I had a hot, deep bath. The food was lovely and we spent a great evening just chatting. Great company, great food and a great place. Just what was ...
... and easily. We travelled off the superhighway today and the first part of the uphill journey was on very rough road, although it soon improved again. The hillsides are covered with fantastic terracing for rice and tea plants and family tombs, all offering stunning views. As we drove along there were several stone mason producing these tombs. Lunch was at a roadside restaurant in ...
... on us.
Then we arrived at the hardest part of the hike (I think). It's called the 27 bends (I didn't count). The path is suddenly extremely steep and winds up the valley side in a long series of really small bends! The Lonely Planet (guide book) states that the hike is not the easiest even for sporty and fit people.. well now I knew why. It was the best feeling reaching the highest point where there was also some wind! Had ...