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... in all their panda glory. Post panda party we returned to our hotel for a swim where a man almost drowned. He swam into the deeper part of the pool and panicked, yelling help me in Chinese. (He's fine, his friend helped him to the wall and they laughed about it a bit.) it was a chilly outdoor swim but at least we got in a swim! we then went back to the pedestrian street in search of dinner. Mom was so tired from the day she started to fall asleep at the dinner ...
... hope for the best, I got lost a couple of times following some locals down a new road only to realise we were going the wrong way down a dual carriageway! Never mind just swerve across and sit sit on the white line facing oncoming traffic waiting for a gap, then just go! I headed back into town around rush hour, another error as its a scrum to weave through traffic, people, other scooters, now I understand why you need to constantly blare horns to clear your ...
What is everyone's favorite thing about the trip so far??????? Let’s find out.
Ada: The people! And Guilin.
Cat: The food.
Emily: The nature and the smog at the same time.
Emma: The scenery.
Sarah: Finding western toilets.
Mady: The colors in Guilin.
Adrian: My new nickname.
Bess: Anything new ...
... so beautiful that I was in awe and remiss to take a photo.
Supposedly, Guilin - the city of four lakes and two rivers - is the most visited city by tourists in China but it is, at best, average. I feel it is only so frequented because it's a great transport link for reaching Yangshuo and this is ...
... touristy, but Karen finds a terrific guest house 15 minutes out of town in the Chinese mountains called Stone Bridge Lodge. Stone Bridge is run by Stephen, an Aussie Kung Fu master, who bares a slim resemblance to Ricky Pointing and Jess, a lovely Hong Kong lady and the pair can't do enough to make us feel at home. On the day we arrive, against Karen's better judgement, I agree to a rather expensive tour group trip down the Li river, and it's all a ...