Hidden Dragon Villa
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our penultimate stop that marked the end of four months in China for me. Yangshuo was the perfect chilled out place to leave China from. The town itself was really touristy, the most concentrated westernised place I'd been to in China. You could buy bratwurst, English breakfast and macdonalds all in a short walk. The scenery around Yangshuo fully makes ...
... and were having a nap. After spending about an hour here, Sonja needed to put her feet up and put some ice on her ankles to reduce some of the swelling she has been getting from the heat and all the walking over rough terrain. David then went out to the park again and walked to the top of the peak which has a small pagoda on it. There are great views of the town and surrounding area. Yangshou is surrounded by individual narrow ...
... directions and started walking eventually had to get a taxi as we only had 50 minutes before the reception at the college closed. The woman taxi driver wouldn't put on the meter and since she was the only taxi we had seen since arriving we had to go with her. She dropped us at the College and a Canadian guy came out and shoke our
hands and told us Alex at reception could help us. Alex at reception had no idea who we were and didn't know we were coming, he phoned Jason ...
... The show was impressive with the light and the dancing but in the end only 1h long. Nice to see indeed.
The last day in Yangshuo we only went downtown for some more shopping and stayed in the pool before our driver picked us up. This time the tour only took 1h as he took the highway. But I would have preferred the 2h hour driver, believe me! Our taxi driver was close to fall asleep. We could see that in the mirror. I was horrified that he could fall asleep on ...
... fast food! Quick, by the tutor and so absolutely colourful one salivated by just by the sight of the meal, let alone the taste. The cooking was incredibly simple (of course with a lot of guidance), requiring a minimum of utensils - a wok, a chopping board and a cleaver. The wok was simply wiped between each dish. Amazingly the dishes each