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... a wrong path halfway which meant a slight detour back but everyone assured me they wouldn't let the bus leave without me if I was late! so after a muddy and sweaty descent it was back to the bus. What a bus ride it was, I did wonder if the driver had a death wish as he thrashed the bus down the mountain curves, it certainly made for a white knuckle ride! I was quite amused but understandably a kiwi lady complained when the driver proceeded to ...
... manner whilst our fellow Chinese tourists took their obligatory photographs. It was all rather funny.
Back on the bus we were given the choice for another optional excursion, which would include an actual bamboo raft river tour on the little Li River, a view of the scene of an iconic Window Vista photograph, a visit to the bridge made famous in the movie 'The Painted Veil', witnessing a fisherman fish using birds and feeding an ox. A no-brainer right?
Well I spoke just a couple of days too soon about the sunshine because this morning we woke to a sullen sky, winds and a heavy shower of rain. We met Wendy right on 9 in the lobby to the news that the bamboo rafting had been cancelled today due to "turbulence in the water". So a swap in our itinerary and we were off to the rice fields. Wendy had told us to dress for 16 C and water for the boat trip and of course in the rush of the morning it didn't ...
... and cravat)he should by a pearl nose ring. Dryly he agrees. Luckily we leave before I am tempted to buy a pearl necklace and matching earrings! Back on the bus and we are off to Guilin for LUNCH! It has to be at least three hours since I ate last, I'm famished. After lunch we climb Mt Diecai for a birds eye view of the Guilin city and surrounds. The climb is lovely and not too onerous. There and back is an hour round trip and the view is ...
... br> that much more authentic for us.
After the landing of all landings (I wont
say matt screamed, but he didn’t keep silent) we jumped in a cab and headed for
the hostel. The long journey again only came to a small price of 100 yuan. The
Green Forest Hostel, sits next to the river, but the location is the only thing
it has on our last place in Xi’an. The hostel aims to be green with everything
being second hand. The concept ...