Xin Kai Yue Hotel
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... was a sharp contrast from Singapore's but they did have seats without armrests so we snoozed some, drank coffee, read, edited pictures, read, drank coffee, had some snacks and read.
We were met at the Guilin airport by Jason just like the tour company said (another opportunity where someone had our names on a sign). He told us the internal flight to the Chongqing near the Yangtze River had been canceled. That makes 3 so far on this leg ...
Smoked bamboo rice greets as at the dining table as we set our bags in our rooms. The night is calm and all around us trails await exploration. We take our rest while the night is young, it's an early sunrise over the fields.
We march up the hill and set up camp for the day's first photogenic moments; walk the terraces and fill our camera's memory card; on a ...
... bags complete with a buzzing collection of live bees! Maybe Hendryc@jpc would be interested. Lunch was courtesy of the Yao (pronounced yow) nationalities. The women of this minority have thick black tresses of hair that sweep the floor. At age 18 the hair is trimmed to the waist and this bunch of hair is used to make a "hat" which holds the hair concealed within this hat for the remainder of the woman's life (a whole new meaning to the notion ...
... string ties round their neck. On the way back we stop by a hotel which has a special attraction every night at 8.30. The hotel literally become a waterfall. I have included a video for those with the patience to view. Back to the hotel, another day chalked off. Now the days are going far too quickly, and I will be home before I know it. We have a free morning to explore, before the Reed Cave walk, then a late flight to chengdu tomorrow night. Bye for ...
... so our heart was racing as the bill was being brought to us. There
are many scams going on at the moment in China, geared at unsuspecting non
Mandarin speaking tourists. These scams involve toursts being lured to
restaraunts and being left with hefty bills in the thousands of yuan. Small
signs in the front of places state the hefty entrance charge. Fortunately there
was only a 10 yuan service charge, which for this restaurant having quite a few