In May and June of last year I spent four weeks in China, three of them on Intrepid’s China Experience tour. I’ll be writing a lot more about my travels in China, but in the meantime here’s a small taste in an article I wrote for The Journal by Intrepid Travel.
In the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China, south of the city of Guilin, is the county, and town, of Yangshuo. Yangshuo was one of the best of the tour’s many highlights – for the unmatched landscape of green valleys and karst mountains, for a cycling trip through rural China, and for one of the most spectacular performances I’ve ever seen, anywhere – the entire thing enacted on the Li River.
Hop on over to The Journal and have a look.
Next post: A day trip to Nikko and the very beautiful Toshogu Shrine.
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