Grand Link Hotel Guilin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... called Elephant’s Cave, there were fences, signs and a whole bunch of rubbish one doesn’t want to see when on a tour. This sadly took away from the luster that is Elephant’s cave.
After that, still on day one, we then headed to the rice paddies that were 2 hours away from the city. This alone, made the whole trip worth it. Of all the driving, mishaps, and expensive stops, the paddies were a thing of beauty. We walked along the mountain and got an up ...
... club sandwiches were brilliant, the beer from the station was gassy and weak and the toilets locked at every station. Roz had a much tougher night than me. Forget the clickers clack of the wheels on the track, this is night mail crossing the border and all that romantic twaddle. At one point in the night even on the top berth I thought we had left the rails and were driving on a non-metalled road. Two metres below me Roz was feeling the bumps even more. We ...
... money. And they way you prioritise them is supposed to signal your priorities in life. (Neither Lynds nor I put much credence in this - but this may be because neither of us put BLANKET at the top of our list!) Whether you believe the meaning is, well, meaningless, to my mind, but it did keep us occupied during a dull hour on the bus. I also won a prize for remembering the tour guide's name (Shou Liu, if you care). The prize was a ...
... then I’m use to seeing. We found little India and had dinner in an outdoor food stall market and ate some more really good Indian food. There was a band playing live music, which was really good. They played mostly American music. We made it back to the hostel pretty late and went to bed.
The next morning I woke up early and headed out to the US embassy to get more pages put in my passport. I decided to walk there so that I could see the ...
... I will never take for granted a Wawa bathroom ever again. I have two pictures. The first one is of the good bathroom, it was a simple squatty potty, except, no walls between the pots. So, if the ladies and I were not friends yet, we are now! The next stop, was unbelievable. It was trough. like, straddle the trough. I had to go and get my camera to take a picture. I have never seen anything like it... however, there were walls ...