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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... was recommended by our local guide. Then it was coffee and a club sandwich for lunch ( as a variation to what we have been eating!) before I headed off for a full body massage this time while Helen did the rounds of the shops. Massage was fine but didn't include my feet??? Since when are feet not part of your body??? Caught up with Helen who had found a Mango Shop serving a Mango Yoghurt dessert. Had to try it and it was delicious. Then it was off for a Chinese ...
... it was clear that we needed to ask for more directions. I picked a man walking along the street at random - I showed him the characters and he pointed at the same peak and then made a gesture that seemed to indicate "follow me". We followed this guy along the street till he turned into a little ally. He indicated "follow me" again, so on we went. Turn after turn through little back allies, further and further away from the main road and its crowds. ...
... It kind of reminded me of approaching El Chalten at night and seeing the huge plateau. I was smiling all the way in on both occasions knowing I was going to be happy here. The hostel was a bit difficult to find, but that's to be expected here in China. I found that locals have a hard time finding places too, even in their own neighborhoods. My bags were getting heavy and cutting into my shoulders and it was extremely humid but the excitement of being there and ...
... had no clue what was going on. Once we were all settled into our cramped bus seats with standing passengers leaning over us, we had a magical moment. Somehow simultaneously, as if there were a laowai magnet, we all looked over at a grungy laowai college student on the other bus. With the enraged bus ladies screaming in the background, he glanced over at us and started chuckling. Pretty soon, all the laowai on both buses were doubled over ...
... turned out we were already heading in the right direction and had gone fairly far down the road so another hour and we would have made it, grant was not best pleased with my lack of organisation. We arrived in Yangshuo 10 minutes later after quite a fun bike ride (I was trying to convince grant it was worth it). The town itself was heaving with people, tour buses, cars and the usual motorbikes. We walked into the centre of town and found West Street ...