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Backpacking in Guilin II

We drifted down the Li River in small, structurally unsound, bamboo boats to Yangshou–a charming yet backpacker-infested town, full of karaoke bars and shops that looked like they had never left 1996. 138 more words

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Li Silhouettes III by ExpatriateGames

Dusk on the Li River

Xingping Fishing Village – Guangxi, China.

© Michael Steverson – 2015

As Seen on 500px – May 18, 2015 at 02:26PM

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ON THE ROAD AGAIN - DAY 41

DOWN THE RIVER WE GO, ALL THE WAY TO YANGSHUO
The Li River is Guilin’s pride and joy; this jade ribbon of water winds its way through the city and surrounding mountains as it has done for millennia, shaping the landscape along the way. 746 more words

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Forces of Nature

Forces of Nature:
Mountainous scenery on the Li River in Guilin, China. This one is the Nine Horse Mural Hill. Do you see them?

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ON THE ROAD AGAIN - DAY 40

A VERY ZHUANG-FULL DAY IN GUILIN
We woke well rested and refreshed this morning and were keen to set out for our day’s explorations into the mountains of the Longsheng region, about 100km north of Guilin. 1,157 more words

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Cormorant Fishermen by Muujii19

Cormorants are skillful fish catchers, and the good assistants of fishermen as well, catching fish by cormorants with fishing-lights is a traditional folkway of fishermen who lived along the Li River. 7 more words

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The Endless River

I think it’s fitting that Guilin, a place I’ve been trying to get to for half my years, is a great metaphor for life. Ready for it? 729 more words

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