Golden Dragon Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Guilin
... raincoats and booties!
The visit to the rice fields in the rain didn't really detract from how beautiful they were---they glistened! Watching the water rush down the mountains and into e River below was pretty awesome, especially as we could see where there were landslides in, oh, the last hour!
These hills are filled with villages inhabited by ethnic minorities, the Zhaong are the largest group, followed by ...
... Thereafter, we drove to Guilin and enjoyed another night at the fabulous Shangri La, one of the finest hotels we’ve ...
... The show celebrates the gifts of nature and the importance of "savoring those gifts". The theater was packed with Chinese tourists and us. A vignette about domestic tourists, before the performance started there was a request over the PA for all phones to be turned off. Seems like a universal request, don't you think? Well, the Chinese are either not good listeners or they like to get a smack down. Honestly, if ...
... accident, a young girl on a moped, seemed to have gone under a truck, I do look but you can't see much, but the medical staff there seemed quite basic, unlike our paramedics. Nobody wears a helmet in this country and the moored drivers do some crazy moves, she was moving thank goodness.
Mark asks me if I think we are more controlled than China, we have the HSE, food standards, MOT etc and China does not seen to have things like this, ...
... of the rain a lot of the tourist spots were closed. Just not enough people to warrant hanging around in the miserable conditions. But Guilin was interesting and different to other cities. One notable difference was that instead of having to take your life in your hands at every intersection, most intersections had underground passages. It was actually a challenge to navigate as we often went down one set of stairs, and up another - only to find ourselves on the same corner! ...