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... how qualified I am to do that but they seemed happy. That night we managed to find a beer pong table (for those of you that don't know what this is, just imaging a game of ping pong but you have to get the ball in a glass of beer at the other end of the table) which was really fun and then we went dancing in the local nightclubs. The next day I caught my last overnight train to Hong Kong for the last chapter of my China ...
... We also visited a rice field where the grain had already been harvested and the stalks were being gathered into small stookes and then into larger mounds. This was stored for feed for the water buffalo. Next we stopped at the Dragon River. This was a very popular spot . There was a huge number of bamboo rafts (with colourful umbrellas) that were being paddled around on the river. A bridge spanned the river and had a slight drop from the upstream to the downstream ...
... at sixty plus. He arrived to the party reasonably late, around eleven pm and by midnight he'd pulled a duvet out of nowhere and had put himself to bed on a couch in the bar, this is the honest truth. Within five minutes he was snoring loudly and we were taking pictures of ourselves lying next to him. I'd love to see a bouncer try the old duvet trick in a London bar!
After a total of around six nights in Chengdu we headed on ...
... We still did the tai chi, but not in the idyllic location of the park or by the river, but in a Chinese shopping area next to the rubbish and in between people going to work!! We began with a warm up of several moves, which was a little like slow motion Bootcamp! She explained that tai chi is a series of 24 moves and she would teach us some. I quite enjoyed the lesson, but I found it hard as I could not remember the sequence and kept ...
... pay her £4 to share her raft to the next village as she needed to get all her family home. She was very persistent! We cottoned on that she was a scammer too. If she so desperately needed to get back to the next village why didn't she ask a Chinese person? There where plenty around! so after a bit more stress and unable to barter a fair price we gave in and got back on the bus to Yangshuo. We walked down to the river front in Yangshuo and arranged a bamboo raft to a ...