Old Street Yangshuo Hostel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... are going to see the performance of dance and music with the river as the stage and the mountains the back drop. Oh wow, we have just returned from the show. Impression Sanjie Liu. It was a spectacular performance. They have been performing this show since 2004. It runs from April and the only time it is not on is when the river floods and the performers take a break in Spring. They play to an audience of around 3000 people on a nightly basis and because it is ...
... He poured the water over the leaves, and then poured boiling water over the actual pot - said when that dried, the tea was ready to be drunk. Oolong tea you can reuse the leaves for 10 pots (all in the same day). Good for osteoporosis.
Our final tea was compressed tea - which is a combination of white tea (only about 5% because it requires so many tips to make it), black tea, ...
This coming weekend is Qingming Festival weekend, tomb sweeping or clean your grannies grave. The idea is that you return to your home village and clean the family graves and set off fire crackers to frighten off demon spirits. So the valley is filling up with families whose children are off school and who have come home for a long weekend. Our hotel is full of expats ...
... cormorants. One of the stranger sites was a string of floating tented platforms with a row of computers -- Internet cafes in the middle of the river! Alex was much amused by this.
Midway during our visit to Aishanmen, Alex became ill with a fever and such. Elias then got sick too. Nothing like having a feverish, vomiting child in rural China where only the feverish, vomiting child knows how to speak the native language. One afternoon, ...
... rice. The next day brings rain and thunderstorms all day. We take a chance and head by bus to a small town, Xingping, 25km away. This is the setting of the picture on the back of the 20 Yuan banknote. It's spot on (not surprisingly). It's a short visit and we head back to Yangshuo before the heavy rain continues at dinner. The next leg of our journey is from here to North Vietnam, via Nanning to get our visa, crossing into the tropics. Sharon gets Alan's sickness and we decide ...