Old Street Yangshuo Hostel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the next leg of our journey. An hour and a half later we were in Guilin, where we stopped to visit Elephant Trunk Hill, the symbol of Guilin, resembling a giant elephant drinking from the Li River (have to use your imagination here), but we had to support the local tourist industry. Then on to the Reed Flute Cave, 5 ...
... another picture... The raft was on a traditional bamboo raft... It has to seats tied down on it and the boat man pushes us down the river , just like a gondola... Again it gives you more of a chance to emerge yourself in this wonderful countryside... Dinner tonight and then the water opera... It is quite warm here... So should be fine for the 650cast members!!! ...
... to the bridge, but we were indulged in some of the most beautiful scenery I have ever seen. If it had been blue skies it would definitely have been number 1! There were loads of yellow flowers in bloom so it looked very much like spring! We also passed loads of people selling honey and countless strawberry fields with vendors in front. We made it home in one piece, and then chilled at ...
... was turned on a massive spider fell out of the machine. After battling to catch it with the bin upside down Neil went to Reception for a glass. The owners wife ended up coming, picked it up, killed it and took it away, HARD! Day 20 Last day in Yangshuo! We decided to take our reliable tandem bike and cycle into the town. Did a little bit of shopping and paid for a full body massage (well Stacey did whilst Neil sat and played on his phone) What a ...
... despite my reckless nocturnal affair, the four of us decided to rent scooters and fly about the country side. Oh how we flew indeed, the scenery was truly stunning. Apart from all the cool driving we did this silly little tea picking and tasting tour, did a couple short walks to view points, ate, burned my leg and went swimming. Oh wait did I just say burn my leg? Yes, yes I did. There is not much of a story to tell really, but tell it I shall. Perhaps we were a little weary or ...