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a raft trip down the li river: yangdi to xingping

Friday, October 3:  I’ve been told by Matthew at the hotel that I should be in the lobby by 6:45 a.m., but when I go down, the guard is asleep on the hard bench chair, and none of the other staff is in sight.   1,706 more words


the seven star tea plantation and return to yangshuo

Sunday, October 5: After Vivian and I finally leave her brother’s house, we zoom down a dirt road along a steep drop-off at what I think is a perilous speed.   925 more words


The Great Train Adventure Part I: Guangxi

China is a HUGE place. It’s approximately 3.7 MILLION square miles full of deserts, tropics, forests and urban centers. It has 22 provinces full of approximately a BILLION people. 964 more words


Climbing China's Incredible Rock Spires | National Geographic

China is home to the world’s greatest concentration of karsts: rocky spires and spillways shaped over time by the elements. For some climbers, scaling these challenging natural sculptures is the experience of a lifetime.


Ha Long Bay - Sumit Writes

“Waking at 0530 am to watch the sunrise while cruising over The Ha  Long Bay- a majestic and an awe-inspiring sight”

Our Cruise was to dock at Ha Long Bay, Vietnam,  next morning at 0700 am.

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