|little food stands along the way|
|snagged a beer or two along the way|
The next day our guide, Qin (pronounced Chin), took us for a bike ride through the town, rice paddies, and farm villages. It was one of the coolest things I've ever done and so unbelievably beautiful. Along the way we stopped at a local farmer's house and they were the sweetest people ever. They showed us how to make fresh tofu and fed us local yellow-skinned fruit (no English translation) and the best peanuts we've ever had. The peanuts were sweet rather than salty and tasted liked you were biting right into a nutter butter.
|riding our bikes out of town|
|Mo making tofu|
|Us and the farmers. Cutest people ever.|
Yangshuo is famous for their local beer fish. It is similar to catfish and is simmered in a spicy tomato-based sauce. It is crazy delicious.
|rice noodles with pork and chili sauce|
|West Street - town center|
|Saw the local show one night. Over 600 performers on the water and they light up all the mountains and stuff.|