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... visited the 3 Gorges Dam (the largest hydroelectric dam in the world). Three nights of cruising downstream to Yichang and a 4 hour train ride back to Chongqing on the bullet train and then a flight the next morning and I was in Guilin.
Guilin reminded me a lot of Halong Bay in Northern Vietnam. Siting on the Li River the highlight of Guilin is to take a 4 hour cruise down the river to Yangshao looking at the Karst mountain peaks.
Off to Xian now to check out the Terracota ...
... reason we visited. However, we made the most of our time there by visiting Reed Flute Cave and gettng ****** with a group of Irish dudes.
Martin would slate me if I didn't mention my blonde moment of thinking that the stalactites and stalagmites in Reed Flute Cave were natrually flourescent in colour. ...
Several of the crew had evidence of their bags being tampered with. We suspect this occurred during yesterday when our bags were handled by a separate carrier who transported our bags from the hotel and checked them in at the airport. From the time we checked out in the hotel until taking them off the carousel in Guilin we did not see our bags until the evening. This allowed plenty of time for someone to go through the bags during the day. Some ...
I've been without internet for the past few days so I've got some stuff to catch up on.
Sunday was the full groups last day in Guilin. Claire and I decided that we were going to wake up early and see the sunrise over the mountains bc we had heard from people who did it yesterday that it was great. That turned into a bit of an adventure I didn't expect. Our hostel guy gave us kinda funny directions, the first being: go to the round about and turn ...
... request for an on stage kiss though!
We have had our photo taken hundreds of times this weekend, my face
still hurts a little from the smile - perhaps that's why Victoria
Beckham went for the sullen look instead!
We went with the clever ones to the museum of Maonan people.
There are 56 different ethnicities in China and there is a lot of Maonan people in the Guangxi region. It was quite interesting and really nice of them to bother telling us ...