Huating Holiday Inn
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... Two hours talking and an hours photography before breakfast makes the day seem very long. I will download and edit the photos before lunch. We plan to climb one of the local hills for sunset photos this afternoon. A nana nap may be in order after ...
... the side of a cliff, check out photographs on google, it's well worth a visit, incredibly it was carved over twelve hundred years ago. Our final reason to visit Chengdu was to see the wonderful Scottish Mark, a friend we met in North Korea who resides in Chengdu. On a night out with Mark he secured us rights to bring our own booze into a bar after complaining about the bars own prices. Thirty pence beers from the local off license to ...
... raining - we were given ponchos, so were dry - and it's certainly not cold!! I really enjoyed this show - I know it was a little pricy to see, but I would go again like a shot and I know I will never get a chance to see it again, as this is the only place in the world where it will happen! Superb!!!!
After a beer on the rooftop terrace, I'm now in bed - we have to be up in five hours, so I'd better get some sleep!!!!! What another great day! ...
... each but mine appeared to be full of fat so Col ate it. We finished of with a veg rice dish, I liked that! All for around £4.50! On Wed 19th we woke and went for breakfast before catching a local bus to a village called Yangdi. When we arrived in Yangdi we planned on taking a bamboo raft ride down the river to another small village then catching the bus back. Apparently this stretch of the river is the most picturesque. It all went a bit wrong really, as soon as we ...
This is why we came to China! Decades ago in a surround-screen theatre, we stood mesmerized in the midst of this amazing landscape: Yangshuo, China. At last we're here!
Arriving in the afternoon, we soon walked to town, along a covered walkway beside the river. It was lined with vendors, packing up their stuff despite plenty of daylight left. Soon a boatman offered a "bamboo raft" ride, and after good natured bargaining ...