Yaojiang New Century Hotel
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... with open mouth and freezing in the chilly wind I asked Rici to go home. It seemed that the sun had already rose and we couldn’t see it because we chose the wrong spot. We decided to wait another few minutes and just 2 minutes afterwards the sun was going up behind the mountains. It was breathtaking!
After that we went back to bed, had a short nap and then a rich Chinese breakfast. I tried tea eggs which I did not have before which are actually quite tasty. ...
... on the way back to the bus. I honestly don't understand how there can be so many stores on the same street all selling the same things and still all make money. How many ink stones, cakes, and wooden frogs can people really buy? We made it back to the dorms around 6, which was just perfect. I had enough time to shower, eat, get a hostel for our next trip to Guilin and go to sleep early.
All in all, this is without a doubt one of the top highlights of this whole trip.
... me out ma!”
So here I sit on my super comfy Dtrain- way way more
comfortable and scenic than air travel might I note, being a bit bitter that
someone at the train station pinched (after this cute addition to my vocab from
all those euros I’ll never go back to “stole” again ha), my favy umbrella, (the
one I literally was just bragging to Becky about vs. all the ****** Chinese
ones most people have)…but well we must cut our loses ...
Our next stop was at Dong Hu (the East Lake to our West Lake.) You can walk throughout the park and you can also take a boat on a portion of the lake to see the "caves." You can climb up one of the hills to see the view but we didn't climb because we worried about walking on the slippery rocks. We did take one of the boat tours though! The boat men row with their feet and use another paddle to steer. The side of East Lake we were on ...
As we drove around the city, all we could see was huge boxes everywhere and trucks moving goods around. We were pretty sure this is where a lot of good are made and we could make out factories in the buildings. It was eye opening especially after all the documentaries we have seen.
We then went to another city called Hengdian, which is China's equivalent to Hollywood and Universal Studios. ...