Snow Lion Riverside Resort
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A step up from the Riverside Retreat.
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... men getting shaved...cian buys fresh fruit, mini mangos, while Des buys himself a bag of monkey nuts. After asking for directions we head towards the banks of the Li river, wow! Through a white archway with chinese symbols we see a painted tripadvisor sign, we're headed in the right direction! Photos snapped of the river, raft owners annoy us with "bamboo, bamboo" The pathway upwards begins next to the banks, a total of 1159 steps to the top. Here we go! The steps are ...
... world - simply stunning. There were some Chinese tourists at the top with us and I was photographed again. One of the girls asked if I could send her some photos and gave me her email address. Her name is Mona. As time went by more people came to watch the sun set, so it was good that we got there early and found a good spot for photography. We sat and watched the sun set before heading back down ...
... getrdecent speed, so I spent as much time free wheeling as I did peddling. The pack (or should that be peloton?) wasn't going at a great pace though so it was no bad thing. The road and tracks took a scenic route past fields and mountain-fingers which looked pretty good once the rain had ceased. The caves were decent, with a wide range of features that nature has carved into the stone. It was a mixed bag. There were a lot of man made additions and a lot of ...
Why the hell do we only have four dishes here?
Hey ‘Cook’ as we aren’t paying for any of these;
How about another fish dish and hurry with that damn duck!
Hey, ‘Waiter’ when you bring the next dish could you also bring another ...
Hiya, it's Fran!
We left our lovely Yangtze cruise and jumped on a bus to take us to the overnight train to Guilin. On the bus we drove past the famous dam but it was too misty to see it properly as the weather had turned grey.
The bus ride was pretty uneventful as we were lucky enough to have a private bus again (which meant no hocking up, spitting and/or chicken feet bones on the floor!)... until we broke down on the highway!
We were all ...