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We had a nice late wake up at Guilin before being picked up in our van for the trip to Yangshuo. We decided to hire a van and go by road in preference to going by river. I think we will travel back to Guilin by boat if we have not already sated our desire for mountain views whilst in Xing Ping (the best stretch of the river is said to be from Xing Ping to Yang Di and we are staying theer for almost a week). The van trip was very convenient as it picked us up ...
... in a snazzy bar, yes please. That night actually offers a moderately amusing anecdote that I will share with you all. There are one point two billion people in China and some of them are employed in jobs that only exist because the population is so huge. The bar in question employed a security guard seemingly for this very reason. The security guard was an older man, or at least he looked it, he may have been as young as fifty but I'd ...
Here we are, sat on another train - but this is the last Chinese train of the trip, and, in fact, they have all been fine. Unfortunately we have been split into three carriages for this leg, but we can walk to see the others; we have long enough - 22 hours!!!!
As usual, this morning began early, but a little differently, with a tai chi lesson! We had to be in the reception at 7.30, but when I got up I realised it was pouring ...
... the riverside a Chinese woman pounced on us trying to sell us tickets for her raft for £45! We had been told the going rate was around £20! We tried to shake her off but she was constantly following us shouting in Chinese. While this was happening a few random people would shove flowered head bands in our faces trying to sell them. It was extremely stressful!!! A young Chinese girl then came up to us and basically said in very broken English not to trust the woman ...
G: Four hours ride from Dazhai, same driver, same road...not as terrifying in daylight but just as bumpy. The first hour was through a winding narrow canyon with just enough space at the bottom for river, road, and one shallow building between. Side walls as steep as ever seen with clinging jungle growth, landslides every half mile or so. Once things flattened out there was road construction the rest of ...