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... Royal School. Most people went to bed really, really early. The next day, we went to a welcome speech and lecture along with 700 other American students and teachers. The best part was making bracelets in the auditorium. In the afternoon, we toured the hanban headquarters and the Confucius imperial college/temple. Some of us started being approached by Chinese people to take pictures with them, which was ...
GUILIN DAY 2 ,FEBRUARY 26, 2014
Today is our second day in Guilin. After our fantastic Chinese dinner we slept very soundly. this morning had a hearty breakfast and hallelujah, it is NOT raining. It is a little chip but predicted to go up to 66 degrees today.
We drove for about 1/2 hour to an old town called Daxu (pronounced Da-shoe). The streets are very narrow and lined by old wooden houses. Many houses are now empty because the ...
... locks damaged when they collected bags off the carousel but most people noticed evidence their bags had been gone through when they unpacked. Lee had warned us not to have valuables in our check in luggage. This warning makes me suspicious there is some sort of scam going on. The experience leaves a sour taste in what has been a magical trip. The local tour company is investigating for us what happened. Sunday cruising down the river was ...
... so our heart was racing as the bill was being brought to us. There
are many scams going on at the moment in China, geared at unsuspecting non
Mandarin speaking tourists. These scams involve toursts being lured to
restaraunts and being left with hefty bills in the thousands of yuan. Small
signs in the front of places state the hefty entrance charge. Fortunately there
was only a 10 yuan service charge, which for this restaurant having quite a few
... offered more palatable choice than the Beijing local supermarket had done. To approach the village tucked in between the rice paddy fields, we packed the younger ones onto our backs and the locals were delighted and amused by the sight. We climbed a very mild incline along a newly constructed path which led us past recently decorated tombs following the tomb sweeping festival on Thursday which is celebrated with very random rounds of fire crackers throughout the day ...