Karsts, Climbing and Caves. Yangshuo!

Rachel Davis

Nomadic blogger, cake baker, house sitter, photographer, vegetarian. If I'm not in a van I'm probably on a train!

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6 Responses

  1. Dave Rowley says:

    Christmas in China, fantastic! I love that you watched Home Alone, I guess it was homey but also foreign in that setting. I remember the photo you posted on FB of the four of you watching the movie. Your trip has been such a contrast of quiet countryside and big cities! Back and forth. The mango/passion smoothies sound fantastic! How has the food safety been in China? Any stomach problems?

  2. I am so jealous of the caves you have seen. I used to do a lot of pot holing and caving in Yorkshire when I was younger. It is a great way to get away from everything. Emma xx

    • Wow, you used to go caving in Yorkshire? I know lots of Yorkshire cavers but it’s not my cup of tea, I prefer show caves on the whole, nothing that involves squeezing myself through a tiny space, under water, in darkness! hahaha, cheesy, kaleidoscope colours for me!
      More caves to come, when I get to writing up Vietnam, stay posted!

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