C.Source West Street Residence
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TravelPod Member ReviewsC.Source West Street Residence Yangshuo
Based around renovated Qing courtyard style hotel; beautiful mountain backdrop. Quiet & peaceful. Amenities good. Next door restaurant (Le Votre) also owned by them- excellent food at good prices. Very central and room had good facilities. No in-room internet but attractive lobby had guest computer.
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... high once back down. Cian spotted a cute coffee shop so we head there for lunch, stopping in shops along the way. The coffee shops walls are covered in drawings from tourists who leave comments and recommendations. Happy and fed, with chocolate pancakes, the house special and huge bowls of soup we look for a taxi back, it'll take too long with the bus and we have a cooking class at 3.30! Cian says the taxi driver looks like a turtle, which had us all laughing, but he has ...
... and transformation is indeed happening. And then I was done with that moment. Not that I was finished with the feeling, but rather I felt it, I recognized the beginning, or rather realizing I was somehow already on the path. I don't remember seeing the entrance, I'm not ready to turn back, and I will continue just to see where it leads. How much further can I get in another four and a half months? I walked back into the town of Yangshuo, and ...
... br> The cruise took around 4hrs & included lunch.
Met up with some Canadians & an Italian couple.
We had a good chat about our countries & travelling in China.
We got to Yangshuo & you have to navigate Foreigner Street before you get to your hotel.
Yes a lot of shopping.
Rell did a cooking class in the afternoon ...
Today we went to the reed flute cave. This was amazing! The cave had been formed inside one of the limestone mountains and had been a hiding place for local inhabitants for thousands of years. We saw some writing that dated back to 1147 and heard some stories about how it had also been used as an air raid shelter during the 2nd world war when Japan bombed the area. We saw amazing rock formations that looked ...
... not to in this case. I had to retire to my cabin, where incidentally the volume became quite appropriate, in my old fogie view.
After a second night onboard, we departed our cruise ship and headed to Yi Shang. On the way, we stopped to take a look at the Three Gorges Dam. Fun fact: it is very big.
We spent another day loitering in a city waiting for the next transport - this time we managed to find a cinema, before a ...