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Is It a Cold or a Hangover? I'm Sure It's a Cold!

HeyHey and a Big G'Day toya Tonight is my last night in Yangshuo. It seems that getting a bus out of here is also too much to ask. So my Israeli friend and I are off to Guilin tomorrow morning early to grab a bus or any other thing that moves that will take us to Guiyang or Kaili and then down to HEAVEN! We will then make our way to the Minority Area of the Yunnan Province near the Laos and Thailand boarder. It will be warm and it is supposed to be one of the most beautiful places on earth! I can't wait! Then maybe to Dali, Lijiang and then Xi'an. Then to Beijing before heading to Japan. Oh travel is sooo full of surprises! One minute you are doing this and then you are doing that....you know what...WHATEVER! It doesn't matter, the feeling is so awesome when you allow it to run through your mind and spirit. That's what it comes down to. I have learnt to say simply, WHATEVER! Oh and I think I have a cold. My head hurts a little and my nose is so stuffy. I'm sure it's not a hangover! Ha Ha! Luckily I still feel up to riding and partying. I've been taking heaps of vitamin C and eating heaps of fresh fruit and I'm sure over the next few days so maybe that will fight it off...hopefully! Today a few of us went us to Moon Hill. For me it was the second time, but it is so beautiful. I then took everyone the long way. Wonderful, just wonderful! Beers N Cheers toya...shane ___________________________________________________ The soundtrack to this entry was by a 'wonderful women of words'. Toni Childs and her 'Women's Boat'

Another Moon Hill Climb

Another Moon Hill Climb


Another Moon Hill Climb (1)

Another Moon Hill Climb (1)


Another Moon Hill Climb (2)

Another Moon Hill Climb (2)


Another Moon Hill Climb (3)

Another Moon Hill Climb (3)


Another Moon Hill Climb (4)

Another Moon Hill Climb (4)

Posted by eddakath 17:00 Archived in China

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