I really enjoy hot pot, but it is an overwhelming process when doing it in a foreign language with different foods. Thankfully, we found the perfect solution yesterday: hot pot conveyor belts!
This will be our home for the rest of the month while Josh continues his writing and I explore the amazing karst topography and quirky shops.
Moving is never easy, especially when moving to a new country that is so vastly different from my own. It is not fun to admit, but the last few days have been hard. Really hard. But we both woke up on Saturday feeling inspired.
I didn't think we would like Guangzhou, but I was hopeful that I would be wrong. I wasn't. We cancelled the rest of our reservation, got some train tickets, and caught a high-speed train ticket to Guilin. Guilin is in the region of China I have been looking forward to visiting for years. It is... Continue Reading →