Guilin Zelin Hotel
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... tiny pots, with one small scoop each. Ian is not impressed at the £5 charge, especially as his preferred choice was too frozen to scoop out! We head back to the Rice Noodles pub for tea as we enjoyed it so much yesterday. We order something called "marmite rice" and the spicy pork again. We also take a gamble on lotus root. It is delicious, tasting similar to water chestnut but with a very distinctive shape (sliced round discs with holes in). The marmite ...
... rain. We didn't go to the place recommended by Trip Advisor, it was too busy. We went over the road instead. We had dumplings! Well, kind of. They were Xiaolongbao,which are steamed buns and are from this region. They have soup in them with the meat that you suck out otherwise you make a mess. A bit like those things we had in Mongolia, but harder to eat. They were nice! On the way back to the station we saw the couple that were talking to us now talking to a Chinese bloke. ...
... Now it is a major tourist destination and the people of the Ping'an Zhuang Village are supported by the government.
Only 900 steps to the top of the rice fields to enjoy the view of the Nine Dragons and Five Tigers( couldn't really find them), all the while thinking it is easier coming back down.
... and loaded it up with various meat skewers of miscellaneous meat. Having already eaten some I only chose 3, but bloody hell they were all delicious - I will definitely be going back tomorrow. I also had a mango smoothie, which chilled me to the bone but was so full of mangoey goodness I didn't care! I reached the end of the street, which meant I could see the Moon and Sun Pagodas on the Shan Lake. They were beautifully ...
... though, he didn't get one bc the lady for some unknown reason let the buffalo go right after my picture. It was pretty funny actually. That bike ride was god-awful after that. It was hot hot sweltering hot, and right towards the end when I had drunken all my water we passed though a very rural village an the roads were existent enough to have crazy amounts of potholes and my bike weighed about a ton, and it wasn't a mountain bike either, so needless to say ...