Hidden Dragon Villa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Rained all night. Stopped about 6.45am then light showers on and off all day. Didn't stop us from getting out and about though. The day started with a tai chi lesson from a local 'master'. He attempted to teach us ten 'moves' which we had to remember and put together at the end of the session. Challenging! Then it was onto a minibus for 6 of the group and a short drive out into the country. Two were supposed to cycle but due to the weather chose to join us in the van. ...
... Soon we came across a restaurant that advertised in English and sure enough, there was a young woman who spoke very useful English and who pointed out the path to the old village. We ordered a quick lunch, partly in appreciation and partly to feel justified in using the bathroom!
The old village was very old and mostly rubble-esque. It took us about ten minutes to polish it off. But at least having found the village we felt more confident that we really were in the ...
... to wash and dry a pair. Then I came up with the genius idea of using the free shower caps the hotels gives you as plastic socks! It worked a treat!
One of the locals informed us that Jackie Chan was to arrive in the area two days after we had left as he was filming here - so we almost met him, but not quite! It would have been good to get a part as an extra in the film!
After Longji Terraces we made our way to place called Yangshou, but that's a story for another day!
... she climbs Moon Hill to sell drinks and postcards at the top and not just that, she speaks great English and has an awesome black book that people who have met her have written in. She's such an inspiration that I can't help but write in her book, take a picture of her and buy a drink. After we're done talking to the old lady and taking pictures we then head to the nearest cave to Moon Hill which is the water caves where an old ...
... When I got on the bus the attendant told me to just keep my luggage with me vs putting it in storage underneath which seemed somewhat strange since the bus soon became entirely full and the only place to put my large rucksack was on one of the seats. My smaller backpack was at times on my lap or resting on my feet on the floor. The bus took almost a couple hours with stops along the way. I was happily writing and catching up on my blog about my adventures. When I arrived I ...