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Travel Blogs from Yangshuo
... cry from its sister hostel in Guilin. Everything
is very new, the rooms are clean, and the bathrooms would get my moms seal of
approval (she once refused to stay at a Ramada Inn in Florida, to give you some
perspective.) we had arrived relatively late in the day so opted to enjoy the
local town, and have more adventurous retreats the rest of the week. We went to
a local restaurant called Kelly’s Place which was recommended by Lonely Planet.
Yangshuo is a ...
... Beijing, Xi'An, Guilin, Yangshou and Shanghai. So on Monday morning along with many others it was off to the dock. for the river cruise. And the first of several new words I learnt on the trip - Karst, which describes the extraordinary mountain landscape that lines the bank of the river for most of the duration of the 3.5 hour cruise. It's a pleasant, relaxing, slightly dreamy way to spend a morning. And its actually slightly improved by a few clouds. A buffet is included in the ...
... imagine a little girl in England being allowed to roam around a train carriage! Finally after some delays we rolled into Guilin station, shattered, hot and very grimy, a mere 28 hours later. We did manage to get straight onto the bus to Yangshou which was great, except that I was desparate for the loo so had to use the ‘toilet’ in a petrol station, which was actually a trough with no doors!
It was with this pretty horrendous start that ...
... walk away) and pay to sit in a coffee shop and enjoy their slow internet connections. When we arrived Henry assured us that the school is moving to a new location in a week or two, but that of course hasn't happened.
Henry disappeared twice within our month of stay here, for a few days and up to a week at a time. He taught on the weekends, to make up for it, but most people did not show up for those classes as they had other plans.
Most of the students that ...
... that a student who needed to take the government exam in the ancient capital of China, was blocked by the river now is known as Yulong River. He prayed a bridge to go across this river so he could take part in the examination without delay and promised to ...