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Travel Blogs from Yangshuo
... he also lives in the building so e would show us. We only managed to spend 2 hours in the room as it was so wet, damp, dusty and smelt of wet dog as it was that damp....so late at night we transferred all our stuff back into the dorm. You can tell the accomodation even though it's free isn't very good as all the other volunteers have moved out, Laura from Hungary spent 3 weeks and her stuff got mouldy so she moved into a shared flat downtown.
... of karst mountains, you get the impression you've walked into a fairytale. The locations used in Avatar spring to mind, such is the scale of the scenery on offer, and I never tired of gazing at the postcard-worthy peaks. It took until the very end of my stay to actually make the most of this though, when Wils and I went on an exploratory bike ride through the countryside. WIls served up ...
After a short, but fun stay in Chong Qing, we headed to the beautiful Chinese Southern countryside of Yangshuo. Yangshuo is a county near the south of China. It is a small countryside town surrounded by Karst rock peaks that formed over the centuries through limestone and dolomite. Because of the beautiful scenic peaks, this town is very popular for tourists travelling to China today. It is so popular that tour groups now arrange bike rides through ...
... and probably better bikes) but in China you just call and the service is always included and everything is done in a minute!
After that we cycled to the gold cave where we were supposed to take a mud bath. So first we had to walk the whole cave (nobody, really nobody was in the whole cave!) and after that we reached the mud bath. Luckily there were already some hot Danish guys waiting for us and made the jump into the cold mud a bit more delicious. ;-) It actually ...
... and found my way back to the road. Both the bike and I were a little worse for wear but had made it through.
Fortunately I found a room at the next hotel who took me in, mud, blood, and bike and all, for around 10 bucks (a price I refused to pay not a half hour before wading through the muddy construction site). The hotel, a typical sexy type hotel had some nice bathroom artwork (check the picture of the tile), was otherwise a fine place to bed down. I ate at a restaurant ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed