Shan Hu Hotel
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... Our food arrives and we tuck into the sizzling plate of pork and vegetables, chicken Kung Po (not the spicy kind we recall from home) a plate of sautéed green veg and a rather horrid pot of rice. We are disappointed not to have the barbecued bamboo rice. Ian speaks to the Kenny, money is exchanged and we enjoy the really delicious bamboo cooked rice. It was a tasty, sticky rice with nice crispy bits. Ian is chuffed when Kenny praises him on ...
... got a pair too. Not in size 10 though. After that little splurge we thought we'd carry on and went to a TGI's for some big burgers. Yum! On the way back home we tried to find some cheapy socks as Susie's smell no matter how much you wash them, and I needed some more (the ones I do have smell fine though, honest!) but we gave up finding any for me as we couldn't find ones big enough again. In the evening we had a couple of beers before playing pool (I think the scores in Shanghai ...
... with sunshine for the 4 hour cruise down the Li River to Yangshuo, also this cruise marked the final demise of my sunglasses that I'd lovingly reconstructed in Siberia, they were finally put to rest in a bin on board the boat. Typical that the one day I need them with the sun glaring on the river and they broke, also I should know better having been on many boats on the sun but still managed to forget sun cream and so also got a touch sunburnt on the way ...
... announcement being "Flight CAXXXX will be delayed due to air traffic control", whatever that means.This seemed the norm with the departure board red with DELAYED. We did though have a good flight to Guilin and were met by our dutiful guide Susan and driver Jiang (no he hadn't come from Huangshan). On ...
I arrived in Guilin a little unsure - I had to make show my ticket to a woman to make sure this was my stop and then hurriedly drag my bag from the shelf and waddle off. Then I had the task of trying to follow the hostels walking directions to their hostel. After a lot of attempts for asking directions and asking wether I was on the right road, I discovered the right direction (there should definitely be more road signs around ...