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Travel Blogs from Guilin
... usual little lap of the block, but again couldn't be ***** to do much else after eating so went back to the hostel to form a plan of action for the day next day and to drink. I think Susie is becoming an alcoholic. She's always making me drink booze! Anyway, in the hostel's kitchen there is a pool table, so we played a few games, then went downstairs and carried on drinking at a table on the street. I like drinking outside, you get the sounds of the people walking along the street, ...
... exception of one duty that I will have until I die. Anyway, we were talking about instruction. And teachers were complaining that they are not encouraged to take risks. And by risks, I mean creating their own worksheets or tests, or trying a new instructional strategy or integrating some crazy technology program. That they would be looked down upon for trying something. Then someone turned to me and asked what it was ...
Guilin – supposedly the prettiest city in China. The tour tomorrow
will be of the Li River. I walked around the Karst surrounded city and
saw the “Elephant Hill”. More information tomorrow.
really does have the prettiest scenery in China. A day long boat trip
on the Li River and the fabulous Karst Mountains was wonderfully
photographic. The sky was blue and people happy. ...
... 8221; Nice.
We tried it and it tasted a lot like whiskey but like it had rice
wine in it too, and maybe some beans. It didn’t make me horny though,
just sick. I also taught them how to make a mojito, since they had no
idea what was going on. When we told them they had made the mojito
wrong, they challenged one of us to make it, and I accepted. It’s funny
... village. We crossed a rickety suspension bridge to the village and were immediately accosted by souvenir sellers in “ethnic dress”. Well hardened by our stint in HCMC we batted them off and went off to try and get untainted views/photos of the traditional architecture and lifestyle. Which we kind of did. The “show” of traditional singing, dancing and a wedding ceremony involving some “volunteers” from the audience was pretty kitch ...