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... taking rafts and walking along the river on a very hot and humid day.
Our plan was to walk all the way down to Xingping but, apparently, new state regulations don't allow this activity any more. Without any other options left, we decided to follow the crowds and, with an inevitable crown of flowers on my head (Marta) sold by a very cute small granny, we ventured down the river on a 'bamboo' raft (despite the name, on the Li River all the boats are now ...
... only one crop of rice is possible/yr. but in the low flat lands two crops are possible. Some is being harvested now. The farmer family can have more than the one child that urban people have and most can have three. Minority people, urban or rural, can have two children. The farmer gets no pension from the government which I found astounding in a socialist society. So the urban worker can retire at 60 male/55 female but the the farmer has no income unless ...
Day 9 - 8,306 stepsEasy travel day 3 hour flight from Xian to Guilin.
International round eye incident at airport security before the flight, wheelchair check-in mayhem and furore. Plenty of chirp, fortunately Australian slang doesn't ...
... store had a bag of chicken feet! Yuck!! Larry explained that an apartment we viewed that was covered in mold was considered luxurious. Women and men carried fruits and vegetables in two baskets balanced on a bamboo stick on their backs. These people are called Bang Bangs. Two men took our carry on luggage from the boat this way!!! Everyones luggage was carried off the ship this way and up the 136 steps!!!!!
We walked back to ...
... could stand on that had just enough shade to keep us out of the hot sun. The third floor was open and great for as long as one could handle the sun and heat. Some of the pictures are from all three parts of the ship. Anna and Jamie took some great shots and I got a few too. It was so hard to chose that I broke my 50 picture rule per post.
As the trip was coming to an end, my Jamie challenged me to a shot of Snake ...