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Travel Blogs from Guilin
Smoked bamboo rice greets as at the dining table as we set our bags in our rooms. The night is calm and all around us trails await exploration. We take our rest while the night is young, it's an early sunrise over the fields.
We march up the hill and set up camp for the day's first photogenic moments; walk the terraces and fill our camera's memory card; on a ...
... on the bus and a few of us talk about getting a massage (not Thai style! a proper one). The guide knows just the place. Almost the entire group ascends on the massage place. Most opt for a foot reflexology massage, three of us go the full body. Pleasant torture. I feel sorry for the poor girl who got me, she certainly earnt her money. An hour massage is 150 yuan, or $30. I tip my girl another 100 yuan for the effort. Despite the fact I don't ...
... in Oregon. They were not however the same and consisted of two Ritz biscuits sandwiching melted marshmallow. Not knowing any different, we enjoyed our sugar fix.
The next day we hopped on the bus back to Guilin were we are now. We're staying for one night and then off to Vietnam tomorrow! Very much looking forward to it. We've spent longer in China than initially planned but it is a big country! I have 4 more beers to go to get a free t-shirt. Is it possible to just travel ...
... only 150 yuan. The
car we were taken in was a BMW as well, so we felt quite big pimpin' as we left
The airport was remarkably clean and
modern. There were high street stores and eastern as well as western foods such
as a dunkin donuts. Check in was quick and simple, with the desk attendant
speaking fluent English. The airport was the first place we have been where
people cant smoke! Chinese buy over 1/3 of all ...
... fingers up in the “up yours” fashion (which up until now we had thought was universal). It’s silly, it is childish, but it made us laugh every time (and, as you have probably noticed, this blog is our own record of our holiday as much as letting other people know what we are up to!).
27) Pot noodles are everywhere –rather than just being a staple for students they are the Chinese equivalent of a sandwich. ...