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Travel Blogs from Guilin
... down the river to Yangshuo.
It was a little expensive but cheaper than my ancient Lonely Planet so I agreed on the spot. She said she would come back at 7 a.m.
I went back to bed on the cement bench and this lovely little old lady promptly set up a freaking dance club with speakers right beside my head. Um... thanks.
But it was almost time to find my tour guide friend. I found her and she took me to buy the tickets. Then, she put me on a taxi to ...
... s getting colder as we go north, so she'll need these (and more). We also trotted around the supermarket, which was quite an adventure in itself. Dried, cured, pig faces were the most exotic (and revolting) thing we saw. No idea how you cook them, or in what dish they would be served. I hope not to find out. The weather had changed for the first time in China too, by the time we finished shopping: gone was the cold, dry weather; instead we ...
... I took a taxi and made it back by 10:20am and was out of the embassy by 11:40am with my additional passport pages, and then took the metro back to the hostel. That afternoon Brock and I walked to the twin towers and then to another tower that was designed for tourists to have a view of the city from up high. The price to go up the towers was over $20 so we didn’t go up either of them. KL is a pretty nice city. Fairly clean, lots of fancy ...
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 ...
... walls of ice, and a golden key. While I wish I could have spent all day in this cave, absorbing the calm yet bright beauty, we had a busy agenda for our Guangxi vacation. The next day, we headed over to Guilin, a city about an hour away. There we hiked Elephant Trunk Hill, a mountain that looks like an elephant drinking water in the river, and enjoyed delicious local food.
The next morning we said goodbye to Lillian and Weiwei, who were headed back ...
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