Huating Holiday Inn
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... The rafts floated under the bridge over the 'rapids'. There was a motor-driven set of belts on the downstream side to haul the rafts back up again. Apparently a famous photographer made the place famous from a couple of photos he had taken and the tourist attraction is now fully established! We had a break at the hotel for a while and then Nick took us to a local restaurant for tea before we went to the spectacular Impressions show. This was a performance using the ...
Hey guys, thanks to the joys of the Chinese internet censorship I can't get onto my blog from here and so will have to email you over the next few weeks.
It's been a great start to my China adventure. We started as a group of ten, all Brits apart from one American. Everyone was really nice and our first guide, Kevin, was hilarious. The first night we just went out for dinner and then the next day took a bus up the peak before heading into mainland China. Given or had ...
Amy arranged for us to take a calligraphy class in town at Peony Painting Center. Lilly our teacher met us at the park in town and then took us to her little shop. It is a combination studio, antique shop and art gallery. Her husband, Yang Dong Bao teaches Taiji. He had a most impressive array of swords that he was proud to show off (see photo). Lilly spent about an hour teaching us calligraphy. We painted the Chinese numbers 1-10, the ...
... train journey to date at twenty seven hours and you know what, it was completed with ease. In fact the train was pretty empty and I didn't hear a single snore on the entire trip. The train took us to the city of Guilin but we didn't even leave the train station before catching a bus to Yangshuo, a rock climbing paradise, where we spent six nights. Yangshuo was colder than we'd hoped for but the climbing more than made up for it and ...
... left and rights!! I just thought it was lucky the moves were very slow, any quicker and I would have been completely lost!! She managed to teach us the first four moves and then gave us a demonstration of the whole 24 - I was so glad we didn't have to learn them all - we would have been there all day!!!
After waking our bodies up with tai chi, the obvious thing to do, of course, was go for a McDonald's breakfast - oh that McMuffin ...