During the Qing Ming break we escaped from the Beijing windy-weather to a much nicer place in southern China. Guilin was our first stop after a 23 hour train ride, which did not seem that long since I slept most of the time. Sleep-eat-sleep-again-read-a-book-eat is the life in a train, but if you’re curious like me exploring around is another option. Guilin is known for its mountainous scenery and its chili sauce. It’s the best one I’ve ever had in China and it is actually considered one of Guilin’s Three Treasures. The other two are Guilin Sanhua Jiu, a liquor distilled from rice (which I did not get to try); and Guilin pickled tofu.
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