Dragon River Retreat
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... place. Sitting along the Li river and sounded by lush, green, undisturbed countryside, the city is packed with both Chinese and Foreign tourists all looking to escape the chaos of the real world. When I first arrived I had lunch with my new found American friends at a Chinese sit down restraint. We ordered beer fish, hot soup, and gin and tonics. From there we parted ways and checked into our separate hotels. I checked into the Backstreet Youth Hostel for which I paid 10¥ ...
... This time we were not going to sit in the hotel. We were going exploring! We were told there was a spot called West Street that was a great spot for some shopping. When we learned we could bargain there, our minds were made up. We ventured down the street to this little market. What was nice was that there were no motor vehicles allowed on the street so you could walk in the middle of the street without worrying about getting hit by a car or bike. We ...
... loud murmur in the crowd as people oooed and awwwed. But as time passed, the crowd never got quiet. If anything, they got louder. People were talking, getting up and moving around, and basically just being very rude and distracting. As the show came to a close, whole groups began to get up and file out, laughing and talking as they did so, right in the middle of the finale. There was even a point where performers made an entrance through the aisles and had to dodge audience members ...
... calligraphy set for Josh to learn a new form of artistry. I travelled with a group of amazing people who didn't drive me crazy and who did not compromise my privacy on the overnight trains. We all become so close that we didn't hesitate to ask each other to borrow toilet paper when in a dire situation and you couldn't do anything BUT squat...No problem Guido...there's plenty more where that came from ;)
I truly enjoyed my 3 weeks., Ricky ...
... We had to give them a few yuan to take their pictures which we happily did. What a hard way to make a bit if money. Whilst there an old guy came down with his water buffalo so we got a few more pictures for a few more yuan.
At one point Vivienne got a few phone calls and her casual attitude changed somewhat and she speeded things up. We had a couple of stops at the more scenic areas, like Moon mountain, but headed back to the ...