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... enough we managed to find numerous ones just down the
road, so we went into one and stayed there until 7:30ish laughing and cringing
at what had just happened.
Once we eventually returned to the hostel, it was daylight and we were
able to get changed and have a better look around. The hostel was probably the
coolest place ive ever stayed in… it was called “travelling with…” or “green
forest hostel” im not ...
... finally took it to my hands to clean the whole flat. The flat was in dire need of a cleaning, and having Zac and Leon as roommates, I knew nothing would come of it unless I did it myself. So, both Saturday and Sunday, I swept the place, washed the floors, cleaned the bathroom, and polished up the kitchen. The thought of doing so was worse than the physical act, as I put on some Lana Del Rey and got lost in the music. Finished, I’m relieved to live in a clean, sanctioned ...
... scrambled eggs in toast with very good coffee at far greater cost than the meal the previous evening. We also had some club sandwiches prepared for the train presented to us in a classic Chinese takeaway box. It was worth the expense! Wandering away from here we chanced upon a very pleasant rose garden, made all the more pleasant by there being no one it and then a super-loo with Japanese style douching and drying options plus David Attenborough on a TV loop ...
... realised I had messed up when I tried to book a taxi and got nothing but confused looks back at me. I even found pictures of taxis and aeroplanes on the internet but he conversed with me in Chinese. He finally rang the receptionist who basically told me I should have booked a taxi the night before and would now have to go out and get one on my own. I was quite rightly worried about doing this and handed the phone back to the security guard. She then told me ...
The journey itself, when we could see forwards without Tweedledos and Tweedledossos blocking our view, was fabulous, though the weather was cold and quite murky. The boat took us on a path down the winding river, with huge karst scenery either side. The rock formations were enormous in parts - hundreds of feet high, the river lined with bamboo and the local willow trees. The pictures speak for themselves. At the end of the ...