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After the overnight train from Hong Kong we spent a night in a great hostel in Guilin, which was sat on the shores of a lovely river crossed with old chinese zig-zag brigades, before heading on to our main destination, the ‘Dragon’s Backbone’ rice terraces. We arrived at DaZai village at the bottom of the terraces, and tried our best to follow the directions from our hostel to reach our destination near the top of the mountain. ...
... meal. The town was not unlike an upmarket Katmandu. In fact all three villages had the air of McCloud Ganj where Su and I spent a happy two or more weeks doing absolutely nothing many years ago. Tuesday 21st October Up, breakfast and off for an uncomfortable day of travelling made more onerous by heavy rain and a sick bug working its way through the group. Descending from the mountain with our packs on our backs left Roz and I with a dilemma which you can wrestle with yourselves. ...
Today, we are going cycling along the Li river thru the local villages.
While we were cycling, I saw numerous river rafts on the river. There were also women carrying goods on their shoulder.
We cycled thru rural home which is pretty amazing.
It was one of the most memorable thing I saw during my bike ride.
As I only recently got used to riding a bike, I collided with one of the teacher as I was pedalling ...
Hello from Wada Hostel in Guilin, our excellent, comfortable home for the past three nights.
Guilin is a much smaller city than Nanning, but it still is an attack on the senses (mainly the eyes and ears). But it's an all-out attack on the feet, too, after much walking up and down the concrete pavements. Everywhere always feels a long way away in China. The effect on the ankles is beginning to tell already.
The Reed Flute Cave ...
... a cup of excellent tea on a patio overlooking the tea fields. We walked back just in time to catch the local bus heading back into Tanah Rata. From there we had just about 3 hours left of sunlight which was just the right amount of time to fit in a trek through the jungle and up to the top of one of the hills or “gurungs” as they say here. The trek was steep and junglely. Nothing too great about it and there wasn’t much of a view ...