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... I didn't need to repeat it again. As you can imagine, it created huge purple welts on their backs, and according to Hayley, made her more stiff than before they started. That night, our friend, Biao's cousin and his wife met us at the hotel and invited us for dinner. We ate a restaurant close to the hotel and the specialty was roast goose-yummy! Professor Su was a provost in organic chemistry at a University in Guilin, and his english was pretty good and he was super friendly. His ...
... t leave our luggage and go out in the town like we had planned. In the end Brock stayed in the train station with our stuff for a few hours while I went out to the silk market and picked up a few things for myself and as gifts. Our train ended up being delayed by an hour. When we saw that our train was listed as a time to board and the group of passengers were lining up at the gate to board we followed suit. We must have somehow missed our boarding ...
... thin, just hanging from the ceiling, it was very very cool. The mud bath was flippen weird. It was actually pretty cold for starters, and it felt strange. But the weirdest thing was when you laid down in it you floated so easily. There was a real force there keeping you up that it was pretty difficult for me to get my legs under when I was sitting. The sensation was very odd, in a cool, interesting way though. They had showers for us before we got into the ...
... Hongyan, it is what is known as a social village - I was not clear what that meant exactly, but from what I understood the local Yao people had their old houses knocked down, and are now living in brand new houses built for them by the government. It is supposed to be a model village - a little confusing but there were Chinese tourists there taking pictures of the mountains and of us too. The local community didn't seem fazed at all that we were there, ...
... will enjoy a cruise on the meandering Li River and come to understand why
Guilin is famed for "the best scenery under heaven"
The cruise along the Li River (Li Jang) from Guilin south to Yangshuo passes through landscape that seems lifted straight out of a Chinese scroll painting. The shallow river weaves between sheer-sided, 980 foot (300 m) karst peaks, ...
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