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... both good Chinese and Western food, even an Indian restraint that wasn't half bad. I adore Yangshuo and was in heaven for the five days I stayed there. In the mornings at around 8am, before any of the shops or restraints were open, I would rent a cycle for 20¥ and bike to Moon Hill and Shangri-la or hike through nearby villages, practicing my Chinese with the locals who invited me into there modest homes to sit by the fire and share some snacks. In the afternoons I ...
... things. But, Hilary and I had something else on our minds that was more pressing. There was a bee and spider pin our hotel room. No, I'm not joking. We first saw the bee as we were getting ready for dinner. We tried to open the door, but the bee would not budge. Turns out, that thing liked the air conditioning too. So what do we do? Call the front desk to have someone kill it I guess! Oh great here we go. Hilary gets on the phone first. They answer and ...
... Dynasty, describing the Lijang River which winds its way from Guilin to Yangshuo.
The karst landscape, the stuff of Chinese paintings, was once a sea and left these limestone mountains jutting out, which have been weathered into strange but beautiful shapes.
Today was the day we were off to see the landscape of the "AAAAA" tourist ...
... here from anything I've experienced anyplace else in the world, and it's getting old. It's not just this show; it's the constant pushing and jockying for position in lines, the never-ending pointing and taking pictures of foreigners, and the crazy (usually reckless) driving. I can't wait to cross the boarder into Hong Kong tomorrow because, even though I'll still have to worry about my flight home, I know that things will be much better there. Ok, rant over. Next post will be from Hong ...
... fact they go on for miles. You can see them rising out of the hazy distance as far as the eye can see, weird shapes, some pointed, some rounded, some conical, some broken and jagged.
In Yangshuo we hired a bike most days and explored the countryside. All maps available to us were rubbish in that they were out of scale, didn't show half the roads, showed other roads that didn't exist, had Chinese but no English or English but no Chinese (not much good when ...