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... early, it's worth getting up and beating the crowds. The more off the beaten track a place is or away from major cities, the smaller the lines. World heritage sites often attract major crowds so be ready. - Crazy Driving - just because you are crossing with the light doesn't mean that cars will stop if they are turning a corner or the bicycles will let you cross first. Then if you are actually in a vehicle, make sure you buckle up as cars weave in and out constantly going ...
... river that, when illuminated at night, make it feel more magical. Unfortunately the day after we left, this city suffered from massive flooding and the hotel we had been staying in was flooded to the second floor.
⭐️ Pingyao Ancient City
An ancient walled city that has tons of historical sites to offer. Your ticket gets you into 18 historical buildings and also access to walk around the too of the city wall. Each of e ...
I travelled back towards Guiyang this morning with my tour guide and the driver. After a 2.5 hour drive, we arrived at the ancient city of Qingyan. This old city is actually located 27 kilometres from the current city of Guiyang. Surrounded by a wall, as you walk through the city you basically only walk past many tourist shops. The city is known for various ways of using bean ...
... and confused as she came out from behind the counter, took me to the elevator and the 15th floor and pointed to the hotel. I gave my reservation paper to the lady and they had a record of me arriving. Nevertheless, they also spoke no English but used their iPhones to translate. In the end, I made it to a beautiful room that actually has a proper shower, more than the usual tiny bit of toilet paper, and a bed that isn't as hard as most typical Chinese beds. Cheers to a good nights ...
After our morning routine, breakfast, exercises and briefing, we head out to see a dance performance at in the Laysan tribe at Lang Tek Sang Cai. After lunch we visit the 600 year old Buddhist temple Cen Yuen Tze in Tang Village. We stay in this old city for dinner and see some sellers making peanut candy. Tonight we sleep in Tong Ren.