Orange House Hotel

Ruyang Nanling National Forest Park, Ruyuan County, Guangdong, 512727, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ruyang Nanling National Forest Park, Ruyuan County.
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Travel Blogs from Ruyuan County

Shenanigans

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Jun 01, 2014

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Wow this weekend was full of shena****ns. I took the train and used Ranald's phrasebook because my iPod sat in a puddle for two days and I can't get a new one until Indonesia. Actually a dictionary would be better. Anyway I was playing around with the book and made a fun friend on the eight hour ride to Guangzhou. Sitting up. Because it's a holiday. And there were no more sleeper cars available. Agh.
Then, I took a bus to Quingyuan because all the trains were sold out. When ...

Day Two - A Day of Exercise and Reflection

A travel blog entry by tis on Nov 05, 2013

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... where we are going to a garlic farm to help make the fields better for growing the crop. More info later on that. Groups A and B go camping tomorrow night, while Groups C and D camp on Thursday night.

What the teachers and students have been very impressed with is the Dragonfly Staff and the many years of experience, in technical skills and in youth-related interpersonal skills, that each of them bring to their job. The Staff are also really great ...

First Day!

A travel blog entry by tis on Nov 04, 2013

... br> Dinner was very tasty, and all of the food that we had was grown locally in the farms surrounding us! Mmmmmm!!!

Lastly, we went on a "night hike" up a small 'mountain' to a pagoda and viewing area. The students were very reflective and enjoyed the trek, as well as the serenity of the area.

Off to bed, we're all up fairly early in the morning for our next adventure!

Pictures to follow!
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Dragons & rice terraces

A travel blog entry by mrandmrsmexico on Sep 17, 2013

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... insisted on strapping the packs to their wooden baskets with cloth straps, until we convinced them to wear them like backpacks. Then we discovered that my lady was so tiny she had no hips to take the weight on! Oh the shame. Having finally arrived, sweaty & head bowed in shame, we found ourselves literally in the middle of the rice terraces. The view from the hostel was amazing: straight out onto the terraces. The ...

Cooking class

A travel blog entry by ste3 on Jun 18, 2013

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... with the cucumber) and dumpling! For the dumplings we were taught how to fold them in different ways. After eating the delicious food and being stuffed we went back to our hotel about mid afternoon. Did some food shopping ready for the train, then we walked to the bus station and got the public bus from Yongshuo back to Guilin. We then caught a late overnight train to take us to ...