Grand Link Hotel Guilin
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Our morning we visited the Great Goose Pagoda in Xi-an. The 64m high tower was built for Gaozong emporers' mother Empress Wende.
After lunch at a local restaurant we drive through to the Tomb of Han Yangling (126 B.C.) about 20 Km north of Xi-an. The unique Han Yangling Museum is an underground exhibition hall built around archaeological …
... style buildings in the world according to the plaque, although I don't know what Atonobo means. We went away from the river at that point and walked through Gucheng Park, which had a nice little collection of ponds in it, aiming for Yu Gardens. I believe they are in the old town of Shanghai, at least that was the feeling I got as the imposing buildings of imperial power gave way to these little lanes that stank of sewers. We got a bit confused, thanks to the Trip Advisor app tagging ...
... another fantastic day.
Up early today, Sunday for our 4 hour boat ride down the Li River to Yangzhou, a
gorgeous little village on the Yi River. Spectacular scenery during our 4-hour boat ride made up of meandering bits of the river, farms, rice paddies and some very green surroundings. We saw buffalo, tamed cormorants used by the fisherman to catch fish, bamboo rafts and villagers selling ...
... call to the front desk to see about an airport transfer and we were out the door.
One way to spend up the local currency is to pay the airport taxes so you can leave the country. A mixture of Indonesian Rupiahs and USD did the trick and we were off to the Singapore airport. We knew we were going to have a long layover there but the free movie theater, koi pond, 2 story butterfly ...
... on the "bamboo" rafts, which were actually made of plastic, but which nonetheless at a pretty authentic feel to them. I shared my raft with a guy from Ecuador, who ended up telling me all about his country whilst we were floating down the river, taking photographs, and who caused me to very much start looking forward to my visit to his country later that month.
It was quite the parade of boats. Like everything else in China, this river cruise was done 'en masse'. Which ...