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... tasty too, but we don't know why it is called "marmite". Presumably some people hate it and some love it...! On the way back we check out the street food market. On the one hand it's a good job we've eaten as it's easy to decline the various enticements to eat with a rub of the tummy. On the other hand it's not such a good thing to have full bellies as we witness the various extraordinary foodie treats on display throughout the market. We see what looks ...
... ve been asking directions, but I got the feeling they knew each other. Bloody scammers!!! Managed to get some socks that fit me too! The watertown we decided to go to was called Qibao, as it was the closest to the city, and the least amount of hassle to get to. When we got there, it didn't look at all like we imagined. By the station it's just another suburb. Fortunately we saw the sign for the old part and headed that way. To go to a town famous for its water while it is raining ...
... the Mei Yu Cafe for sizzling meat and rice for lunch in the village, before heading back to Guilin around 3.00 pm.
Wandered downtown to the Zheng Yang area to get a bite to eat for dinner, enjoying spicy meat and chicken from the street stalls. Passed on the octopus balls and squid tentacles on sticks though. ...
... I had timed it perfectly so that it was dark by the time I reached them. The Sun Pagoda is the worlds tallest copper pagoda at 41m high, and is linked to the seven storey Moon Pagoda by an underwater tunnel, although I dont think Ill make it there. After walking around this lake and taking in all the reflections of the lights I moved onto the night market nearby. On my way I walked on a road whose restaurants all had buckets of ...
... we cruised along, the lake side side was illuminated with all sorts of coloured lights where people were walking, sitting, singing or fishing. We pulled up alongside a stage to observe a drumming concert (another one!) and we had another stop where a group was playing traditional musical instruments.
This was a fabulous cruise.
Ricky and our driver took us back to our hotel. We arrived back at 10.30 and at 10.31 we were asleep.