Riverside Retreat Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiverside Retreat Hotel Yangshuo
Had to move. The sewer smell coming out of the drains was intolerable. Yuck!
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... decided not to wallow and to instead wander about town. I put my stuff in the small but clean and inviting room and went back downstairs. I asked the women at the front desk which bus to take to town and she responded, 十八, 18, get off at 届舫桥. I headed out, walking three blocks to the bus stop and waited 20minutes for the bus to arrive. When the number 18 finally stopped in front of me I boarded and paid the 1¥ fair. I road the bus over ...
... be used by the fishermen). Meals for the tourist boats was prepared on the back of the boat. We watched as villagers brought out fresh fish to some of the boats and then saw the food being prepared (chopped up on the deck and cooked by the 'chef' in a couple of large woks that are hung off the back). We tried to convince ourselves that this was only happening on all the other boats, not ours! Lunch was tasty. On arrival in Yangshuo Nick led us along West Street. ...
... we were expecting a private like we had been told, but said thank you. He left and we wandered who the other roommates were, 4 beds are all messy like someone had slept in them and we put our stuff on the 2 that were made. The werid thing is though nobodys stuff is the room apart from a few food bits, pair of trainers and a hat. The bathroom was a little
shock to the system but the best of the day. We felt slightly apprehensive about leaving our stuff but ...
... air shelter swelled with the five courses produced by twenty-two appreciative students. Accompanied by an icy glass of beer, soft drinks or water, much culinary discussion about favourite dishes, etc ensued. Entirely sated by lunch and warmly farewelled by our tutors, many folk had a siesta on the bus as it journeyed back to Guilin with the airport ...
... buoyed by this new warmth and the prospect of only more to come! A short taxi ride to the bus terminal, the usual fending off of aggressive touts (people soliciting business in a persistent and annoying manner), and we were on board the bus to Yangshuo. The ride was the bumpiest we had experienced in China. Most people seem to arrive in Yangshuo down the Li River from Guilin. We opted for the cheaper and faster alternative, costing only about $3 each and taking a ...