Jin Wan Hotel
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... to a local market (unfortunately it was closing up for the night), though the remaining store owners were doing aerobic exercises whilst waiting for last minute customers. What a great sight and way to kill time! We found some great shoe shops - ‘Teeva’-esque sandals for 100RMB ($20AUD) and kung fu shoes for 25RMB ($5AUD).
It’s been great in Guilin .. a most picturesque part of the ...
... traffic that I mentioned in a previous page. Oh my goodness !!! Traffic was weaving in and out of Lili, in front of her, behind her, and at one point, she nearly collided with a motor scooter. Phew, a few more grey hairs and elevated pulse and we were through the worst of it, or so we thought. The road narrowed, and while the traffic was much lighter, there were cars, buses and motor bikes passing each other and us, beeping horns, etc. The scenery ...
... this show. They have 2-3 shows per night and seat 3400 people, Peter has got us VIP seats and said we have to go tonight because come national holidays tomorrow it will be crazy.
We are definately going to need a holiday when we get home.
The show was a spectacle with over 600 actors including cormorants and buffaloes. It was set on the Li River on the water with the mountains in the background. We couldn't understand the story but the sheer numbers, ...
... hare pin bends you have never seen anything like in your life. I am sure if I dropped something out of the window of the bus it would land 1000 feet below us on one of the many roads. It would be better on the health if (a) the road service was Tarmac and not potholes (b) there was a safety barrier not just a sheer drop and (c) the road was wider than our bus especially when vehicles came the opposite ...
Today was the day we left our cruise ship in Chongqing and headed for the airport for our flight to Guilin. On leaving the boat we were introduced to our smallest city guide yet, I think her name was Annie. She told us she was 25 but looked like a teenager as she was hardly five foot tall. What she lacked on height though she more than made up for in the amount of information that poured forth from her mouth. If "tour guide on the bus ...