Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Guilin Food Snaps

We joined another tour (and the last one! We know enough Chinese and are armed with research to do our own tours moving forward.) for the province of Guilin. Guilin's literal translation is "laurel wood," which describes the type of tree that grows on the rows and rows of limestone karst that lines the famous Li River.

I'm sure you've been on a tour in China, and as protocol goes, they serve food on a table that goes round and you just have to pick some for your plate before everyone else finishes the dishes. Some food snaps from the trip:

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