China 2016 – Day 10 – Guilin – Sneak Peak – November 2016

Li River Cruise

I booked a cruise through Viator because I really wanted to see the river.  It really reminded me of Ha Long Bay in northern Vietnam, and I found out later that it’s called “little Guilin” because they really are similar!

Li River
Li River
Li River
Li River
Li River
Li River

Yangshuo

The cruise ended in Yangshuo, and we had some time to explore the village.  It was pretty cute!

Yangshuo
Yangshuo

Yulong Bridge Scenic Area

We then headed off to an old little village and saw a bridge from the Qing dynasty.

Yulong Bridge Scenic Area
Yulong Bridge Scenic Area
Yulong Bridge Scenic Area
Yulong Bridge Scenic Area
Yulong Bridge Scenic Area
Yulong Bridge Scenic Area
Yulong Bridge Scenic Area
Yulong Bridge Scenic Area

Shiwai Taoyuan

Our final stop for the day was to a ‘manufactured’ village, that showed how the ethnic minorities of the area live.  If we didn’t go to this place, we would never have seen anything like this, because their villages are a few hours drive away.

Shiwai Taoyuan
Shiwai Taoyuan
Shiwai Taoyuan
Shiwai Taoyuan
Shiwai Taoyuan
Shiwai Taoyuan
Shiwai Taoyuan
Shiwai Taoyuan
Shiwai Taoyuan
Shiwai Taoyuan

Thanks to Grace, our tour guide for the day!

Map

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Fitbit

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China 2016 – Day 10 – Guilin – Sneak Peak – November 2016

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