Goodbye Guilin

April 13

My last day in Guilin comprised of a visit to the Elephant Rock. They keep this site pretty well hidden until you pay the entrance fee to get into the park. Then a lunch of fresh noodles. Right before getting on the train, I had my feet exfoliated by fish.

Fishing

Elephant Rock

The famous elephant rock.

These felt whimsical to me.

These felt whimsical to me.

Elephant trunk the other elephant Guilin

Buildings are just a cool site to see.

Buildings are just a cool site to see.

Guilin

The beginning of a delicious bowl of noodles.

The beginning of a delicious bowl of noodles.

I watched lunch being made right in front of me. These noodles are never ending.

I watched lunch being made right in front of me. These noodles are never-ending.

Yes it was delicious as it looks. I never have quite gotten the hang of eating noodles with chopsticks though. No matter how I tried, I never could find the end of these noodles.

Yes it was delicious as it looks. I never have quite gotten the hang of eating noodles with chopsticks though. No matter how I tried, I never could find the end of these noodles.

It tickled a little in the beginning. I had to keep pulling my feet out. I did notice softer feet afterward. ¥10 for 20 minutes. It was a pretty good deal.

It tickled a little in the beginning. I had to keep pulling my feet out. I did notice softer feet afterward. 10 for 20 minutes. It was a pretty good deal.

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