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... were woman three times may age doing it so I should’ve been able to do it
too. At this point in the tour our group kept together until we reached where
we would be stopping for lunch. I cant remember the name of the restaurant but
they sold famous bamboo rice and it was so good. As Katrin is a vegetarian we
order mixed vegetables and eggs and two serves of bamboo rice. The rice was
brought out to us by an older woman in actual bamboo stalks (bamboo polls,
... either. In hard seats the lights stay on the entire time and starting from 7am and continuing until 1am men and women walk up and down the train, from compartment to compartment trying to sell everything from cellphone chargers to foot cream at the top of there lungs. When I finally did fall asleep I dreamed I was ridding on a giant blue dragon, clinging to its feathered neck. I awoke with a start and was disappointed to see it ...
... in terms of income they seem to have certain villages that welcome visitors. What is good to see is that these villages seem to have adhered to building restrictions so the village has an architectural coherence lacking elsewhere. Do not make the mistake of thinking Disney Land Twee Town. Tourist village they may be but they have the sanitation facilities of a genuine developing nation. After our welcoming meal we rest up and then go to see a little show put on each day in front of ...
... We came across a Canadian couple who were travelling the world with their kids, who were maybe 13 or 14, for a year! Great to hear some of the places they had visited. What an experience for the kids as well at that age!
We spent around 4 hours strolling down which ever street we ended upon! The sun was out andit was quite warm, t shirt weather! Around 4pm we started to head back to the hostel, 1. To chill out and 2. To write up the blog and eat before we ...
A two hour bus trip back to Guilin had stopover at the Red Flute Cave that was discovered by a farmer in 1967. The cave was very spacious with tall caverns. The stalagmites were lit in different colours and in the main cave there was dramatic music being played with a light show on ...