Unbelievable Yangshuo

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There’s no question why this is one of China’s top 5 tourist destinations

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Buddhist temple style hotels

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Untouched nature

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The perfect destination for a romantic getaway

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Plenty of tourists, rain or shine

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Plenty of shopping and drinking for the tourists

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Strange foods for the tourists, as well as the staff

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This was during the off-season…

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Fishermen villages

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Fishermen

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Boat tours up the LiJiang river

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Typically tacky photo ops

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The Silver Caves

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Claustrophobia

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Amazingly fresh air

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Unforgettable. There will always be a part of me that never left these mountains that one weekend away from Shenzhen 

2 thoughts on “Unbelievable Yangshuo

  1. Pingback: A terrible night’s sleep on a Chinese sleeper bus | ESL Wanderlust

  2. “I just don’t get our culture’s obsession with moving on.
    What are we afraid of, being sad, remembering? Are you familiar with the talking drum people of Nigeria?
    They do this dance, man it is something, where they invite their ancestors into their bodies and they dance, as if they were them. They got young girls dancing like they were old men, boys dancing like grandmothers. Believe me it is anything but sad.” – Dead like Me

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