Golden Elephant Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Elephant Hotel Guilin
Felt like luxury on our trip!
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... ducks and chickens. The land does not belong to the farmer however but to the village. He has tenancy and can work the land and if his son should want to farm the village usually lets him continue. If he has no one in his family to take over, the the land reverts to the village. If a child goes away to the University then he usually doesn't want to come back.
Next I went further west along the Li river to Yangshuo maybe the most beautiful area of China.
... 8217;s boarding passes but we finally made it through the
endless security checks and to our gate.
The flight was smooth and we were looking forward to the warmer weather
– predicted to be fine and 23 in Guilin! Annie (our new guide) met us at the airport at around 2pm and we headed straight for Yao Mountain – the highest mountain in Guilin with some
spectacular views. A ...
... lasts about one or two months so the rowers have changed to PVC.) Jan had a gigantic bee in her poncho and G-Dad squashed it.
We all went inside and listened to Jenny's commentary about life in Guilin. She answered our questions and told of her 9 year old daughter struggles in school. Her classroom has 50 students and one teacher and she is shy and not doing well. Jenny is worried about next year when she will have 70 students ...
... already bizarre shapes. Ancient inscriptions dating back over 1,000 years have been found in and around ...
... I felt extremely uncomfortable during this part of the morning, as if these poor Chinese citizens were being trotted out for the foreigners to gawk at, and to be convinced that they were living a "happy, peaceful" life. Perhaps they really were happy and peaceful, since they didn't know what else there was to aspire to in the outside world. Now however, as the next generation becomes educated, I can't imagine this hardscrabble life will continue to be acceptable ...