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... much in use. As this is only the beginning of the rice growing cycle most of what we saw was actually water in the fields, but the mist between the moutains gave it a very mystical atmosphere.
Whilst we marvelled at the sight of the rice terraces, the mere view wasn't quite enough for some Chinese tourists, who felt compelled to get dressed up in brightly coloured 'traditional' costumes and have their photographs taken. Strange but true.
... shopping, we went down to the site that was the original ferry landing. It was a beautiful site with the river and the karst mountains in the background; people boarding bamboo rafts; vendors selling their wares and a man holding his cormorant birds on a poll. After a few pictures, Joan and Annie got flowers for their hair and we were off to see Moon Hill. Vendors sell flower wreaths on West Street and other ...
... by walking trails and parks. The parks are very beautiful. There are lots of weeping willow trees, ponds, benches and bridges, statues, and pagodas. It’s a very picturesque park. It was a drizzly cloudy day, so I’m not sure how well our pictures give it justice. We arrived at midnight and took a taxi to our hostel. When we got up the next morning we started the day by enjoying a great meal of Chinese food and then walking around the lake. Later ...
... to expect, but the views were really great. It would be difficult to find your way out to the rice terraces on your own, but there are plenty of companies in Guilin that will pick you up at your hotel in the morning and drop you back off in the afternoon.
The second day we took a tour that took us on a boat ride down the Li River. When we got to the river before we got off the bus our tour guide gave all the white tourists on the bus stickers. He went on to ...
... it is in a lot of the Western world. And since family includes multiple generations with different bedtimes, the celebration ends right around the time that the clock strikes midnight. So I waited until the next day to see my dad.
We spent the first day just getting my dad acquainted with the city, and giving him some good Dim Sum! At first it was hard for he and Siqi's mom to communicate -- he wasn't consciously aware of his use of colloquialisms ...
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