Yangshuo Travellers Land Youth Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYangshuo Travellers Land Youth Hostel
Family owned hostel, dorms are simple and beds are bit hard but rooms are clean. lobby is really nice to just sit and talk with people. They have great discounts for a attractions around Yangshuo and good price for rent a bike too. There was western movie on big screen every evening. Good location too, i had a great time. Oct 2012
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Vlak som sa rozhodol zobrat zo Shenzenu, ktory lezi hned za hranicami Hong-Kongu, odtial to bolo lacnejsie a kedze som nemal kupeny listok isiel som tam o dost skor, metrom to na cinske hranice kde hned bola vlakova stanica trva okolo hodinky a stoji to 4 eura. Hranicna kontrola ako aj orientacia na stanici boli v pohodicke tak som si vyhliadol …
... It’s very unpleasant and not what we were expecting – the views are still really good, but it’s hard to enjoy them when trying to avoid a 20-tonne truck! We eventually leave this road, and briefly things become a little more pleasant – we feel like we’re in the true countryside around Yangshuo, though we still have to dodge the occasional truck anyway! We continue on and end up back on the road and stop at the river to take a few ...
... gateway to Southeast Asia, it would be where I'd establish a foothold on the country and plan a bit of an onward route. I followed a road out of town which had English and Chinese signage (the first and last of which I've seen outside of the cities) until I reached Fangencheng, another smallish city of a 1 or 2 hundred thousand people. Realizing that I lacked the capability to order, let alone identify a cheap restaurant, I almost biked on through without stopping to eat. Fortunately ...
... suddenly, out of nowhere, our bus appeared and a short drive later, we were back at our hotel again.
Tonight, the girls are enjoying a light show on the river with our guide.
Tomorrow, we'll be attending cooking school, learning how to make Kung Pao chicken, dumplings, and a few other local favorites. And after that, we head back to Guilin to catch our overnight train to Changsha.
... actually followed us halfway down the street before she agreed to it, shaking her head all the way back to the shop when I wouldn't budge from £3, China has hardened me. After exploring the maze of side streets for a while we stopped off for lunch at a nice little bar. The food wasn't great but we had a 2nd story view and wifi so it kept us content for a while. After an hour or so chilling out we did the 1 hour hike to the point we could get ...