Hotel De Royce
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... to stop because it was unsafe (some parts were undeveloped, or had old steps, etc.) - yet some of the steps we climbed this weekend looked way more unsafe than the ones we were blocked off from! Anyway, we reached the top in good time and enjoyed great views of the mountains and river, as well as the little village inbetween the mountains. We had an hour or two before sunset so we sat down in a little pavilion, ate White Rabbit sweets (SO good), looked at old photos and ...
... with the cucumber) and dumpling! For the dumplings we were taught how to fold them in different ways. After eating the delicious food and being stuffed we went back to our hotel about mid afternoon. Did some food shopping ready for the train, then we walked to the bus station and got the public bus from Yongshuo back to Guilin. We then caught a late overnight train to take us to ...
Still enjoying teaching my amazing students at Shaoguan University! Making the most of my last two months in China, I will be sad to leave :'( ...so I'm enjoying the boazi, Chinese pizza, tea and all the delicious food while I can! Also making the most of the cheap prices, brought the best headphones for 6 quid, fake converse for 3 and plenty if other goodies :D although more importantly spending ...
This was a welcome change from the cities, although I was woken at 03:00 am by the monks praying and banging their drums and gongs on the first day. We took a trek up the mountain where there was some spectacular scenery and some aggressive monkeys. Also some quaint old monasteries, we then had a soak in the natural hot springs in the ...
... I see LOTS of lightening. And our ride is getting substantially bumpier. It's dark out here (I have no idea the time, we've changed time zones then changed again. I can't keep track) and if anyone knows my trust in shoving a flying tin can full of human life 35,000 feet in the air and daring it to defy physics... Well, you get the point. Not an ideal situation. At one point it seemed ...