I am continuing my Memories Collection with one of my favorite places in China, Guilin. We went on a vacation to this scenic area in the South of China the first year our family lived in in the Middle Kingdom.
During our travels down the Li River, we stopped at small villages along the way. The locals in this semi-tropical area still lived in structures; some of which were hundreds of years old.
China’s token color is red, which we got a lot of throughout our trip to Guilin.
Another great part of the trip was the produce and food. Fresh berries and other fruit are produced in the area.
The historic legacy stretches into both culture and arts… below is a Chinese opera costume.
Lastly, known throughout China, the scenery in Guilin is, in itself, a compelling reason to visit this place. The sights are breathtaking and being able to traverse these karst mountains was a blast!