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I have a sneaking suspicion that I might be beginning each entry with "Another great day!" because today was exactly that. Woke and met Clancy for breakfast at the China Cafe before heading off for deep water soloing. Was unsure about doing this but decided to give it a go and it was so much fun. Took a mini van out to the Li river and swam about 100m to the rocks and climbed and jumped for about 1.5 hours. It was surprisingly ...
... out was ridiculous considering the number of buses available. But Elizabeth went and asked (flashing the second phrase on our magic paper, which said "bus to Yangshuo.")
Darned if it wasn't a bus to Yangshuo. Not the express we had planned to take but it got us there eventually. This driver was the worst one yet!
The same young woman who we had blindly followed onto the bus herded us off at the correct stop, then went toe to toe with a ...
... in front of us. We all decided to pass! Needless to say photographic evidence has been taken! The luggage went on ahead in the mini bus but met us at the quay in Yangshuo and took us to the Dragon River Retreat Hotel, elderly but very nice and in the middle of no where. After dinner in a local restaurant complete with the fried ducks ...
It rained here last night but it was all finished by the time we woke. After a late breakfast we organized ourselves and caught a hotel shuttle into the town of Yangshuo. The population of Yangshuo is only 300,000, so quite a change from the millions of Xian, Chengdu and Beijing! This area is surrounded by karst peaks, winding rivers and ...
... tasty too! The last adventure turned out to be a bit of a bust for me at least. One of the reasons I chose Yangshuo when planning my trip was because of the infamous terraced rice fields. Somehow I had this vision of biking through them along the nearby rivers. It turned out that the most famous or likely only terraced rice field nearby called Dragon's Back was 3 hours away and would require bus transportation and a full day trip. I was reluctant to go on a bus tour as ...