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... I strolled around taking in the sights and sounds of Guilin. It was nice, much cleaner and and tame than the northern part of the city, but after seeing the realness of city life yesterday it felt sterol. I graded a lunch of French fries and bottled water at a McDonalds, because it had free wifi and I wanted to make sure I knew how to get home. While enjoying the greasy fries I meet an American man who was clearly not interested in a conversation. He ordered his food and ...
... which is always a great to watch regular life go by. The terraces themselves were beautiful and one can only imagine all the manual labour that went into changing the mountainsides into useable flat land. Rice paddies and red hot chillies as far as the eye could see. It was a great place to wander around the villages and see all he corn and chillies drying in the sun along with all of the amazing views. In one of the villages, a small river ran through it and ...
... their fares on foreign websites by 100-150%, so you stand to save a lot by buying your ticket in China. I was able to purchase my Chengdu to Guilin air ticket from a travel agent in Xi'an for around $110...the same flight would have cost over $200 had I bought it in the US. Finally, plan ahead as much as possible, as you still want to be able to get a seat on the train if it comes down to that. Guangxi has been very different from every other place I've been in China. It's fairly ...
... the markets were on in the centre to browse through. The shop keepers sold everything you could want from shirts, to mah jong sets, to jade, to magnets to send your family back home. I was able to pick up some things including my sought-after patch for my backpack. In a country as large as China, you cannot believe how difficult it was to find a patch for my bag!
While in Yangshuo there are also many optional excursions if you want to ...
... with pork, noodles, chilli and a few extras and gave it a go. It was very good but no love affair. We topped it off with dessert pancakes at a local cafe, then started the walk back. Then the rain came, the streets vacated immediately but we were armed in our gortex shoes and jackets and laughed at mother natures attempts to wet us! What an invention! Home safe, sound and relatively dry, we rested, for tomorrow we had decided to cycle along Yulong River, a big day for ...