Hanting Express Guilin Railway Station
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... When she first asked the poor
lady (who was Chinese and didn’t speak a lot of English) looked confused so she
said I would like 9 eggs and 18 pieces of toast… when the girl read out the
price the woman went crazy! Saying all this stuff about it costing only 8 yuan
(for the egg on toast) and so it shouldn’t cost that much all together. After a
bit more confusion the girl explained that it was actually 13 yuan for the egg
and two toasts because the 8 ...
... day so once we’d found some food I headed back to the hostel to relax and go to bed, missing out on a trip to the night market which apparently sold most of the usual stuff along with some painted stones for the tourists!
Monday saw another early start as we went to the Longji rice terraces. As the tour operated by our hostel wasn't running/ had been sold out (we weren’t sure which) they organised a private car for us. It turned out to be ...
... Royal School. Most people went to bed really, really early. The next day, we went to a welcome speech and lecture along with 700 other American students and teachers. The best part was making bracelets in the auditorium. In the afternoon, we toured the hanban headquarters and the Confucius imperial college/temple. Some of us started being approached by Chinese people to take pictures with them, which was ...
GUILIN DAY 2 ,FEBRUARY 26, 2014
Today is our second day in Guilin. After our fantastic Chinese dinner we slept very soundly. this morning had a hearty breakfast and hallelujah, it is NOT raining. It is a little chip but predicted to go up to 66 degrees today.
We drove for about 1/2 hour to an old town called Daxu (pronounced Da-shoe). The streets are very narrow and lined by old wooden houses. Many houses are now empty because the ...
We only stayed in Guilin for a couple of days as we made our way to Laos. Guilin was a welcome change from the heavily industrial and urban eastern coast of China that we had seen up until that point. Guilin is still a large city, with a population of over 2 million people, but once you get outside of the city things start to quiet down and become much more rural.
Our first full day we took a tour out to the rice terraces outside of Guilin. They were amazing! I was not ...