Hidden Dragon Villa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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My next destination was Yangshou. On the first afternoon I went to a Chinese cookery class. I really enjoyed it as it was quite hands on and I actually felt like I learnt something! I have the recipes written down so I will have to test out my skills when I return. I have missed cooking whilst away so it was a great opportunity to get myself back in the kitchen! Whilst we were in Yangshou there was a rock climbing festival ...
... peaks. Unusual, but spectacular scenery. We had tea at the hotel, but it wasn't very nice - edible, but quite oily. The vegetable mix had a very strange black item in it. We couldn't find out what it was. It didn't taste very nice and so very little of that dish was eaten! After our meal we went for a walk around the area. Sonja and Mary off in one direction and David and Greg in another with their cameras to take a couple of night ...
... reasons to visit including the stunning Jiuzhaigou national park (check out photos of its lakes on google, stunning blues caused by magnesium and other elements) and the Panda breeding centre, both of which I've already mentioned. In addition to these two attractions Chengdu is conveniently near to Leshan, a city that boasts the worlds largest Buddha aptly named the giant Buddha. The giant Buddha is over seventy metres tall and is ...
Here we are, sat on another train - but this is the last Chinese train of the trip, and, in fact, they have all been fine. Unfortunately we have been split into three carriages for this leg, but we can walk to see the others; we have long enough - 22 hours!!!!
As usual, this morning began early, but a little differently, with a tai chi lesson! We had to be in the reception at 7.30, but when I got up I realised it was pouring ...
... Yao. It was a trip full of unwanted surprises. First, the connecting bus from Guilin to Huang Yao was late - it reached Gao Tian Lu Kou (高田路口) at 10.30 am instead of 9.40 am. Second, we were charged ¥50 per person even though we boarded the bus on a highway outside Yangshuo. Third, the journey required two hours - it would reach Huang Yao at 12.30 pm. Fourth, the last bus back to Guilin or Yangshuo would leave at 1.30 pm. It would not be possible ...