The Amateur Traveler talks to Shawn Farris about his recent trip to the Guangxi region in China.
Guangxi is a lesser-known but spectacular region in southwestern China known for its rugged karst mountains and green terraced rice paddies. Shawn explored the area hiking, biking and even kayaking through the countryside. Shawn describes it as a region that still has that “wide open, blue sky, rural feel to it.”
The region can be accessed through the cities of Guilin or Yangshuo. During his trip, Shawn met the strongest lady he had ever met as well as two of the most enterprising sellers of soda.
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