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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We left the Tea Cozy for the last time this morning after bidding the Tea Cozy family adieu. We had become quite smitten with the place and the people. Yangshuo should be on everyone's itinerary when traveling to China. The country side is simply beautiful and the people so warm and welcoming. Sam and the driver took us to a cave in Guilin called …
... way of doing things. The walls are covered in photos, of workers and of famous people who have been to visit the site. Cabinets are filled with tools used during early excavation, with a video showing work taking place. Back in the sun we ask each other what we thought, Des doesn't think anyone will believe he's been here but we assure him we have plenty of photographic proof! The boys tummy are rumbling now since they missed breakfast so we head back ...
... goods stalls. Saw my first case of animal cruelty tonight. Trying not to think about it too much. There was a pet shop on the back on a motorcycle selling bunnies in cages and then I saw a stray dog all skin a bones. The weird this is that a lot of Chinese people now have designer dogs especially the Japanese poodles. Made me think of my boy. Dad and Mandy sent me a pic to cheer me up :-). We went to a shopping hall place. Looked half finished. They ...
... straight to bed.
Next day we woke up early since we just had one day for Xian. We had breakfast in our hotel at 6.30 (Chinese buffet for RMB 22 per person) and were ready to leave at 7.30 after putting our luggage in the storage room of the hotel.
We took a public bus from our hotel to the railway station (no. 30 or 40, RMB 2 per person, approx. 10 minutes). In front of the railway station there was a spot from where tourist buses operate between Xian and ...
... a picture next time 'cos they really are delicious. I even managed to buy friut from a vendor down my street, so will round it off with coffee on my way to school this afternoon!
My days off are Wed and Thur, so I will take the hop-on-hop-off tourist bus and have a look around the city, and of no doubt will have plenty more pics for you all.
Love the comments - makes me feel not quite so far away. :)