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... Luckily we managed to persuade the barmaid to be nice so we got them at happy hour prices. Even then, it's still about £3.30 for a Carlsberg! (At the hostel they charged ¥10 for a 600ml bottle of Tsingtao. Go to the shop round the corner and you could have the same bottle for ¥3! Guess what we've been doing?!) Sitting in that bar looking out to the street with the trees and buildings as they are, you could think you were somewhere in Europe rather than in the middle of ...
... tend to be quite pricey and some can be very busy with Chinese tourists. So I had a wander around the lakes and rivers that Guilin is famous for, albeit in mostly pouring rain, it still made for a pleasant walk. Another day I decided to take a local bus to a local tourist trap called reed flute cave, an underground cavern lit with lights of questionable taste but it was only 10p to get there on the bus and was a welcome break from the 30 degrees ...
... in the stunning beauty of the limestone pinnacles we have only seen pictures of. As we sailed among these peaks we both agreed the tough travel days to this remote spot was well worth it. Enormous bamboo line the banks of the clear Li River. Fruit trees grow in the low altitudes below the rock and pine trees near the top. No wonder this it a tourist destination and the photo on the 20 Chinese Yaun ...
Smoked bamboo rice greets as at the dining table as we set our bags in our rooms. The night is calm and all around us trails await exploration. We take our rest while the night is young, it's an early sunrise over the fields.
We march up the hill and set up camp for the day's first photogenic moments; walk the terraces and fill our camera's memory card; on a ...
... in Chinese. Thankfully a young girl behind me could speak English so just said follow me. She took me to the first seat and explained to the train staff something... Eventually a couple sat opposite me. The train journey passed averagely fast, I dosed which helped pass the time! The couple opposite me were adorable. They spoke no English but used a lot of Google translate to ask me questions. The ...