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We were just about turfed out of our YHA room, today as before we were even packed or ready to leave at 7.30am, the next occupant was at the door ready to move on in. After a hasty packup, we left our luggage in storage and went to have breakfast.
We then caught a train to Xuana Lake and had a quick tour of its 5 islands before buying some souvenirs and taking a walk along ...
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 ...
... have never had any formal education, but lease out their land. Alf's landlady seems to be an the old woman down the lane, who keeps chickens and lives in a shack from where she hires out bikes!
We went out to eat with an American couple we'd met on the boat earlier. On the menu were roosters testicles, and, and no we didn't try them.
The next day, we explored the local area, walking along by the river to a couple ...
... tells me to have her chair, when i really want to stand!
Because of the one child policy in china, people refer to their cousins as their brothers and sisters. So i met so many brothers and sisters! Including Alissa who was amazing! She spoke english and was so excited to meet me! She had so many questions about england and me it was a really fun morning just getting to talk and meet people and make dumplings! Hundreds and hundreds of dumplings. When dinner time came we had ...
... what the medicine really is!
Yangshou is a very tidy city with very neat hedged gardens
and colourful trees. The surrounding hills make a spectacular backdrop to the
city. We drove back to Guilin in the bus and stopped on the way to visit a
traditional and functional farming community. The main crop is the rice and
they also grow abundant crops of chilli, a green-skinned orange which is juicy
but more bland than NZ oranges, cabbage and ...