Yangshuo Rain

Having a very good friend over means one has to go out of Shanghai and travel a bit. No choice but that is a good thing. Last weekend we went to the Xiang Yang Market to get the appropriate travel gear. Travel pants and travel shirts. Monday we flew in to Guilin, skipped the buses to Guilin and from there to Yangshuo but instead paid a nice 260 Kuai to our taxi driver to take us directly. I love backpacking modern style. It cost a bit more but it saves a lot of time.

The weather is great .. rain, rain and rain. The food is backpacky and reviews of the several backpack restaurants will follow in the coming days.

Have to get out of here, it is happy hour

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4 Responses to “Yangshuo Rain”

  1. aline
    June 23rd, 2005 02:41

    have a nice time! Btw.. i like the new design :)

  2. Frederique
    June 23rd, 2005 18:15

    Hello, we’re backpackers from Belgium and will be visiting China in 2 weeks and will be going to Yuangshuo … in the news we’ve seen pretty dangerous floods and they warn about Yuangshuo. Is it really that bad at the moment? Greetings F.

  3. Me
    June 24th, 2005 06:17

    Ok, some answers for our Belgium friends.

    Yangshuo has no floodings, the last two days have been fine and we cycled yesterday around Yangshuo so absolutely no problem at the moment. No idea how much rain will fall in the coming time but even with some rain it is a safe place to go. Have fun..As we had some rain in the days before yesterday we have been doing surveying here so expect some “West Street Restaurants” reviews. Maybe useful.

  4. Me
    June 24th, 2005 06:18

    Thx aline, glad you like the new design

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