Yangshuo Friend Hotel
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... 9, where we had river prawns in sauce and squid with baked rice. Both tasted good but the river prawns are tiny and not shelled so you have to eat the lot.
It was then time to collect our luggage and set off for the airport via a drive through the countryside. We were actually scheduled for a bicycle ride but in view of the rain and the fact that I would not cycle even if it was hot and sunny we cancelled that activity! At the airport we had ...
... the only 4 Westerners out of literally thousands that passed by us that day. One nice Chinese guy who didn't speak English, but had a decent grasp of obnoxious English sign language helped us out greatly to book the sleeper bus to Yangshuo. Bumped into 2 Dutch girls on the bus who were traveling through China and Korea. Bus beds were so small - too short and too narrow to fit in. Ate dried slugs and "human speciality" from a kind Chinese ...
... thus making it more difficult for the remainder of the crowd to enjoy the rest of the show. We head back to town which is now quite lively, and grab some food and a few beers before a relatively early night (most of us are still tired from the night train last night!)
We have a reasonable start the next morning. We grab some breakfast then head across town – today is a day of cycling the local countryside, for better views of the karst mountains and ...
... In theory we were following a map but soon realised we'd wandered off track. But the scenery was truly beautiful: between the stunning peaks, rivers, green orchards & very few people it was a blissful break from the busy town so we carried on exploring. After about 4 hours however we decided we should ask for directions, only to be sent back via the ring road- a mere 20km! Needless to say there was no way we could consider getting back on a bike the ...
... recent graduate who has settled in Perth,
Australia. Natalia has just started the first leg of her 7-month adventure
around the world, starting in China and ending in Brazil before returning to
Australia for work in February. That night we met a local from the city named
Sam, who studied American and British literature. He comes to the hostel to
meet with people and to practice his English. We were planning on our day to go
cycling and he recommended a more scenic ...