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    Asia,  China,  Cina,  Events and Collaborations,  Guilin,  Travel

    South China pearl museum

    I have some news from my trip to China, after visiting the Li river on the cruise and the Cave of the Reed Flute as you saw in the previous posts, I went to the South China Pearl Museum of Guilin. China is always been one of the major producers of good quality pearls, and Guilin happens to be one of the places where pearls are made. The pearls, the dresses and of course the models were stunning, I really enjoyed this pearls runway. After the pearls show, I couldn’t keep myself from choosing a pearls necklace that it’s not so common to see in Europe, I promise that I will show…

  • Asia,  China,  Cina,  Guilin,  Outfit,  Travel

    On the Li River cruise

    In the previous post I have shown you the wonderful pictures of Guilin, including the Li river in the top of the list of the things to see in Guilin. This time I’m on the Li river cruise, I absolutely loved this experience, especially to see these beautiful landscape and the mountains. I found this outfit perfect for this, the weather wasn’t very warm and it was a little windy. I was wearing a black Silvian Heach tunic with an H&M striped jacket with a black ribbon designed on it, and I’ve chosen to wear jeans and boots for this experience. It was nice to be there, besides, the view was amazing!

  • Asia,  China,  Cina,  Guilin,  Travel

    What to see in Guilin

    Guilin may not be the most famous place in China, but it attracts many tourists from all over the world, with good reasons I would say. The Li River cruise was one of the most beautiful experiences ever, I have been trying so hard to take the pictures that could make justice to this wonderful landscape, and they might give you an idea of how it is there, but being there was just incredible. Guilin is in South China, in the Guangxi region, very close to the Vietnam’s borders. So, what makes so special the Li river? First of all: the mountains. The Guilin mountains have been eroded by the…

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