Guilin Park Hotel
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After the hectic and strenuous last 24 hours we afforded ourselves a bit of a late start and headed off on our road trip (via our private van) at 11.00 am to Hangzhou Airport for the next leg of our journey.
The trip was scheduled to take anywhere between 3 - 5 hours (depending on …
... on beer, dumplings, and pancakes for around $8 per head – the two
“little boys” opted to stay at the hotel for room service.
An early night is in order tonight as we are getting collected at 6.20am tomorrow for
our trip to the airport and 8am flight to Shenzhen to Mission Hills Golf Resort
– apparently the largest golf resort in the world. The big boys will play ...
... it doing so. How cruel this is I leave you to decide. I recall however a wise friend opining on the matter of fox hunting, of which he is no fan. 'If people want to stop cruelty to animals there'd be best off doing something about chicken farming but then they would have to pay more than £5.00 for a chicken'. Sorry the pictures of the fishing are so poor but we took my rather inferior camera as we were by water at night on a raft in the dark! And so to bed knowing we could at last have a lie ...
... of us and one of my five dormmates, and another German named Will, sat around in the lounge area of the youth hostel, tuning guitar and talking about our next move on our travels. We moved up five stories to the rooftop that had a an exquisite view of the Li River, which curved around the bamboo trees as the sun prepared its daily dive into the smooth water line. We met more travelers as more and more of them wanted to checkout the rooftop. The view dazzled and injected ...
... people who all had to be of the same nationality. With the help of travel companies in Kathmandu I nearly had a group of four other English people to visit Tibet with. Then due to self immolations within Tibet, the Chinese government decided to stop tourist visiting all together. They of course would not like the world to see monks setting themselves on fire in protest at what is ...