Rui Feng Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and we were the only ones there... Chinese people aren't that into coffee yet. Give them time. The lattes were really good and came with sprinkles... weird. We walked around and Jon bought yet another pair of sunglasses. His first pair broke. We somehow found our way into this underground mall where we managed to order cold (ish) drinks by pointing and laughing. We really were failing at this ...
... after an hour and a half of windy jungle roads we saw this:
Well, looks like we were going jungle river rafting. Epic. This place was literally in the middle of nowhere. I have no idea why it even existed, but it did and, of course, we were going to do it. Even though we were told that Chinese tourists rarely do anything adventurous (their daily ...
The soundtrack to this entry was by Jimi Hendrix
The album was ‘The Ultimate Experience’
... Sometimes I was sure that even if it didn’t move but had legs (such as chairs and tables) it was somehow included in the cooking process.
Living in Tianyang taught me how far we in the west have taken things such as cleanliness and what is ‘tolerable’ etc to obscenely ridiculous levels. We ate outside every night on grimy ...
... landscape of karst formations, a unique geological phenomenon consisting of limestone pillars and spikes clustered across the terrain. Among these is Dashiwei Tiankeng, the world's largest karst cluster. Baise neighbors Guizhou, Yunnan and Vietnam. The ...