Morning Sun Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMorning Sun Hotel Yangshuo
I stayed at Morning Sun as part of my trip with Exodus tours. We had arrived early hours in Liuzhou before we had our transfer to Yangshuo. The owners kindly had prepared the rooms and had our breakfast ready on arrival.
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... Two hours talking and an hours photography before breakfast makes the day seem very long. I will download and edit the photos before lunch. We plan to climb one of the local hills for sunset photos this afternoon. A nana nap may be in order after ...
... getting us back in a little over an hour, our butts getting sorer on the hard seat every rotation of the wheel! We later went into town for dinner, opting for simple but tasty food. As the weather was clear tonight, the karst hills that surrounded the town where lit by powerful flood lights and gave the town another dimension. We returned to our favourite yoghurt place for a mango yoghurt, mmmm and sat and talked about the past, future and present. A great day all ...
... China still exists. These photos don't do it justice.
You will see we stayed at an eco-lodge with spectacular views of the karsts and the Yulong, rafted down the river (and relaxed on tubes!), biked through some amazing scenery and got dirty in the caves at a mud bath. Enjoy the photos, peeps.
From somewhere south in the Middle Kingdom, Eric and Alicia
... and the host was very gracious and friendly, also helping us with our mandarin. Shortly after that Yon had to get home to his family, it was around 6pm and we went to the seven stars park. Yon didn't want anything at all from us except to practice his accent and teach us about Chinese culture and history, it was great! Seven stars park was cool and shady, with paths around the karst mountains as well as manicured gardens and ponds. I saw one wild monkey from afar but sadly didn't ...
... little shops. There are hordes of energetic sales people!
We went for a brunch at a little place called Lucy's Bar, and had eggs, toast, banana pancake (yum!) and coffee. So tasty after a long day and night without very much. The walls were dedicated to scribbled messages and drawings, and our Robert and his 'four watches' featured there. Not watches that tell time, but his short way of telling us to watch for the pavements - could ...