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Travel Blogs from Guilin
... taming and training the birds. He then sets out at night with lights shining on the water in which six or so birds swimming diving and catching fish. Nothing ties the birds to the boat though I imagine their wings are clipped. Once a bird catches a fish the fisherman puts a pole in the water, the bird climbs on it and the caught fish is shaken out of the cormorant's neck into a basket. The bird can not swallow the fish, although it tries, because a string has been tied round it's neck ...
... fallen out - standards have dropped considerably! Had to grab two coffees to go whilst in contrast the Tyrers' had leisurely breakfast and hob knobbed with exec chef. Went to Tang Emperor tomb en route to airport, absolutely brilliant museum underground, glass over all artefacts Jane happy as loves a bit of funereal drama. Then to airport, huge and still empty, found cases overweight, largely due to Chris's book and STICK (now safely packed) so ...
... had all my stuff back in Xingping! I was starving after a long day and by the time we got into town, it was pitch black. I missed my last ride to Xingping. Mati invited me to a Korean lunch next day at noon so I decided I'd leave tomorrow after lunch. I walked down the infamous West street where all the bars had upgraded their decorations with chandeliers and some new shops were replaced with more profitable ideas. I got a room at Monkey Janes and for no reason, I ...
... panic set in at the thought of missing our train! Luckily we got through in time but then we came across a mass crowd of people rushing towards this gate, and we didn't have a clue if it was the gate we needed or not. We joined in with the mass crowd and headed for the said gate, and when we showed a member of staff our ticket he pointed us in the direction we were heading. We made it onto the train fine and this train would take us from Hong Kong to Guangzhou in just ...
... Freshwater and Sea Pearls), a clever way to display pearls I thought, instead of a movie. Yep, we shopped here, amazing prices as you can imagine, because of the Chinese exchange and because of onsite wholesale shop.
The afternoon was a visit to the Reed Flute Cave, during the Japanese invasion in the 1940's it was used as a hideout, today it has tunnels winding through Guangming Hill, inside numerous rock formations, lit with neon lights. ...