Kai Tai Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... After we took some very
touristy photos we all climbed out (much to the dismay of the group of Chinese
people watching us, what’s better than caves? Muddy foreigners!!) And rinsed
off as best we could in the showers. Not that it matter though because next was
the hot springs!!! Now unlike the mud pool there were actually some Chinese
people swimming in the hot springs (not many though, I don’t think they like
swimming) all lookin very relaxed ...
We were just about turfed out of our YHA room, today as before we were even packed or ready to leave at 7.30am, the next occupant was at the door ready to move on in. After a hasty packup, we left our luggage in storage and went to have breakfast.
We then caught a train to Xuana Lake and had a quick tour of its 5 islands before buying some souvenirs and taking a walk along ...
Today main schedule is slim Xihu located in the south of yangzhou very beautiful in April these days. The city flower of Yangzhou Qiong glower broom for only ten days in April. We are very lucky to see it because of higher temperature. The restaurant "食为天” is delicious and worth of money average rate for one person CNY 60. Great first day ...
Yesterday, we travelled 80km down the River Li, from Guilin to Yangshuo , a small town which has become a popular tourist attraction over the last few years.
The landscape is very spectacular, with limestone columns and pinnacles towering up from the bamboo covered plains. They are called Karsts, and because of their strange shapes, have been given fanciful names, such as ' Grandad watching an apple', Snail, Goat's ...
... and desks have old abacuses that the pharmacists still use when calculating and filling prescriptions.
We then walked around the town through small alleys and roads, observing daily life. Because it was a smaller city, we were very alien to them. It was actually cute, when we got off the bus, swarms of elderly people approached us, and they just kept coming. They all just stood around and listened (even though they couldn't understand us) with the ...