Hidden Dragon Villa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Yesterday our porters had asked if we would hire them again today to carry our gear down. We agreed and I got a cell number for one of them since we did not know when we would need them. By the time we woke up they had us staked out, sitting on the terrace by the door of the hostel! They weren't taking any chances on losing the job.
They had quite a wait because we didn't leave until 11. We spent the morning walking in the village and on the ...
... music (David later returned to find her still going a couple of hours later). Just next to her group was a play being performed (with live music). There were small groups of musicians, with singers, in various parts of the park all playing, oblivious to any other music being played nearby. Some people were laying down sleeping on the benches (not sure how with all the noise around them) and even a couple of people had strung ...
... just like a normal boiled egg lol. After breakfast we make our way to Moon Hill getting stopped every so often by people asking if we want to rent bikes or get a ride on a motorbike. The walk isn't too long, about an hour and a half but it's so so hot that I decide before we even get there that we are definitely getting a ride back on a bike! Moon Hill itself is really pretty, I don't think the hole in the middle looks like the moon ...
... mud that is drying rapidly on your skin, whilst also wearing a hard helmet. NOT SOMETHING YOU DO EVERY DAY! After enjoying some time in the hot springs, it was then time to get back on the bike and head back towards town. We were having such a good day, why stop the pampering there. So we ended up having a fish foot massage too. Not something i would do regularly i thought as the little fish kissed my feet. But it was definitely another weird experience. ...
... we transfer from the hostel’s mini bus to the tour company’s bus with groups of people that presumably came from other hostels and hotels.
During the hour or so’s drive to the Li River our guide Yang Yang (English name Daniel) gave us a lengthly and very thorough description of what we we’re going to do, along with detailed information on the history, culture and environment of the areas surrounding Guilin; all ...