Old Street Yangshuo Hostel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We did an all-nighter last night so at 4am this morning we were unpacking suitcases to try and find some of our stuff- I obviously packed horrendously because I can't find anything!! We needed to meet the rest of the group downstairs because Alissa and Beyond (crazy Chinese name!!) were taking us out of Yangshou to a hospital to get our medical checks which we have to have for our visas. The journey was awful, I ended up on the seat that sat above the wheel, ...
... directions and started walking eventually had to get a taxi as we only had 50 minutes before the reception at the college closed. The woman taxi driver wouldn't put on the meter and since she was the only taxi we had seen since arriving we had to go with her. She dropped us at the College and a Canadian guy came out and shoke our
hands and told us Alex at reception could help us. Alex at reception had no idea who we were and didn't know we were coming, he phoned Jason ...
... China. The conductor struggled to identify the floppy haired character in my photo as the lad standing before him (to be fair, it doesn't bare a massive resemblance to me), so he asked for further identification before reluctantly accepting I wasn’t an imposter who’d murdered the real Trystan Pugh. Going through customs actually went smoothly, although the fact that they checked ...
... terrain among the hills, farmers and waterholes.
Not being able to cycle, I was worried that I wouldn't get as much out of Yangshuo as my tour mates. I was very pleasantly surprised by Ricky who took my handicap of an inability to cycle seriously and hired a motor scooter to take me through the paths with the rest of the group. I felt spoilt and very humbled by his respect and compassion. Some of my tour mates were jealous and wanted to ...
... and also the dried sweet potato was quite good) but some was weird and went into the garbage immediately. The dried meat and chicken feet we did not try though.
We had dinner in our hotel which was really good (Antje immediately fell in love with Chinese food – I knew it!) and we enjoyed the view over the city and the quietness as we were the only guests during the first night.
The next day our driver picked us up and brought us to the Li River ...