Jinjiang Inn Yangzhou Siwangting Road
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... toilet stalls went up
to my waist. Anyway once we were ready we joined another group of a Chinese man
with his daughter and two Israeli foreigners who were also taking their gap
break in china and headed into the caves. Now the sound of cheap coloured neon
lights, lighting up the cave walls sounds corny and fake but it was actually
really cool. Because of the light, each stagmite and staglite was lit up
beautifully and you could see them really well, ...
... out of all of them only twenty three or so are mine….well there are another six but I never get to see them for class. They are the Grade 5 and 6 class and I’m supposed ...
... wall .. this was very interesting and only had about 10 people walking on it! Amazing!!!
Next we went back to the hostel to collect out bags then got another train out to Nanjing South Railway Station to catch a G bullet train to Zhenjiang (another town further east along The Yantze River) 21 minutes away. We ended up at the wrong railway station (we need to be at Zhenjiang Station - not Zhenjiang South) so had to catch a ...
Today main schedule is slim Xihu located in the south of yangzhou very beautiful in April these days. The city flower of Yangzhou Qiong glower broom for only ten days in April. We are very lucky to see it because of higher temperature. The restaurant "食为天” is delicious and worth of money average rate for one person CNY 60. Great first day ...
Yesterday, we travelled 80km down the River Li, from Guilin to Yangshuo , a small town which has become a popular tourist attraction over the last few years.
The landscape is very spectacular, with limestone columns and pinnacles towering up from the bamboo covered plains. They are called Karsts, and because of their strange shapes, have been given fanciful names, such as ' Grandad watching an apple', Snail, Goat's ...