Travel Blogs from Yangjiang
... downhill 2-trekking on an even path and 3-the rest breaks. I did NOT like the huge uphill parts which does not bode well for climbing Mount Kinabalu in a week's time - am currently trying to think of ways to get out of it! But I must admit, the views were stunning and it's pretty amazing what the villagers have managed to do with the hills around them.
We arrived at our next guesthouse after about 5 hours, all ...
This week we went to Lost City Water Park and on the weekend we went camping on Hailing Island. We rented two tents and slept on the beach after staying up late and cooking on the open fire.
Only nine days before we leave Mainland China for Hong Kong so we are in the 'get rid of everything' mode once ...
-Getting stared at all the time
-Not getting asked to always to help someone practice English (although I think it is good that they will try and improve their English any way possible)
-SO MANY PEOPLE
- Not being able to communicate with the people around you.
- The City
What I will miss….
-There is always someone willing to help you
... at the high-tide line, that might come from some coral reefs off shore. If we go back (assuming we're not suffering from radiation poisoning) it might be possible to get some fishermen to take us snorkeling. There didn't seem to be much in the way of scuba diving or snorkeling near the shore, though, as the river brought not only black sand but also a lot of silt and plastic ...
... sleeping position possible except the floor and still no sleep. Oh and we also decided to share our last bag of chocolate buttons and what a stir it caused - suddenly, it seemed like everyone around us was opening bags and lunch boxes, bending over backwards to share food with us (shrink wrapped chicken feet was a favourite!). We felt so bad as all we had offered was a funsize pack and we had nothing else. (gratefully donated by Paul's mother by the way, thanks ...