Rima's Feedback on 10-Day China Tour

Client: (Female) Age: 30-45 Nationality: Lebanon
Tour Date: October 23, 2007 - November 1, 2007  
FeedBack Date: November 14, 2007

Dearest Angela,

I would like to thank you sincerely for a lifetime tour in China with China Highlights. I loved every location I visited in the carefully chosen itinerary made by your company, and despite the extensive grounds we covered in a short period of time, I know there is so much more to your beautiful country. Your guides were all superb in Beijing, Xian, Guilin and Shaghai. All four guides were friendly, well-informed, and highly organized.

They helped me to feel at home even though I was all alone and millions of miles away from home. A special thank you to Nancy, Chian, Ivy, and , who accompanied me on all tours in China. (Grateful if you can cc them on this e-mail) Guilin was the most beautiful city on my tour. The trip down Li River was breathtaking. I honestly felt I was taking a trip to heaven! And the pictures I took look like something in a fairy tale book.

I loved my hotel bedroom by the riverside in Guilin. I have lived in Africa, Europe and the Middle East and traveled widely, but I have never felt the serenity beauty and magic of Guilin in any other city in the world. I would recommend your city to anyone hungry for a change in life and eager to live in peace and serenity for a few months. There is a magic in Guilin that is so energizing for the spirit. I thank you sincerely for advising me to take a tour that covers your city. Thank you also for the wonderful dinner you invited to whilst I was in Guilin. I never thought I would happily eat Chinese food for more than a week but the food was so good, I dont like Chinese restaurants in my country anymore!:)

I would certainly recommend your company to family friends and colleagues. You do not sell tours. You sell an experience that changes your customers, opens their eyes to a new culture and civilization, and makes them hungry to come back. God Bless you all.

Best Wishes

 Beirut, Rima Merhi