Li River Village #2

Noodles.

Noodles!

Another rack of noodles.

Another rack of noodles.

A couple of houses in the second village were being worked upon. One of our number went a little closer to see what they were doing. I hope no one dropped bricks on the kids playing below the workers. In our country we take so many safety precautions, some of them perhaps a bit too careful, but then we don’t hear the death statistics from construction sites in China….

This is how they build houses near Yangshuo.

This is how they build houses near Yangshuo.

House props with shoes drying.

House props with shoes drying.

It was only five days after the celebration of the founding of the PRC on October 1….

Remains of a firecracker celebration. Reminded me of the Canadian flag.

Remains of a firecracker celebration. Reminded me of the Canadian flag.

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2 comments on “Li River Village #2

    • buntymcc says:

      Oddly, we were served very few on our tour. Guess they didn’t pass the PRC’s guidelines on ‘what to serve to foreign tour-ists in approved restaurants.’

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