Guilin Zelin Hotel
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... miles art gallery'. Poetry and literary works in modern and ancient times have also captured the river's beauty. Han Yu: a Tang Dynasty poet wrote a popular poem to praise the Li River scenery
The river winds like a blue silk ribbon,
While the hills erect like green jade hairpins.
The shapes of the cliffs have inspired labels such as Crown Cave, The painted Hill ...
... was watching the display board more carefully this time and we appeared to be going between 140 and 200 km/hr. The ride however is so smooth you would not know it. Out of the window the scene was much the same as before. Through the smog the countryside was dotted with modern but quite reasonable houses interspersed with small plots of cultivated land. As soon as you approached a city, modern nondescript blocks of flats would loom out of the smog. There appeared, ...
... I never wandered for months on end with no direction and only my head to keep me company. Maybe that's what I'm missing from our relationship. Maybe that's why I miss him more than the other women miss their men in the same work. My decision to travel also came far too quickly. The next day after breaking up with him. Maybe I should have slept on that one too. But not for one instant, even in the bad days, do I regret making it. I am doing it for myself. I am doing it ...
... bought oranges from one of them for five yuan. I also got a good picture of her. We ate lunch there and boarded our bamboo raft for a two hour ride on the Li River. Trying to get onto the raft I slipped on some wet grass and fell. No harm done! I picked myself up and saw some of the most beautiful scenery in China, between the cities of Yangshuo and Guilin. The mountains surrounding the river are called Karst Mountains (I call them Gumdrop ...
... the shops, where I found many international brands filling the shops windows. Taking a detour away from Zengshang Street on the way back, market stalls containing a huge range of food and goods lined one of the side streets, which was bustling with folk of all ages. This I found out later this was the Xipeng markets. It was time to find our way back to our hotel, the Bravo, to pack for our bags, with our next stop being Yangshuo.