Orange House Hotel

Address: 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

Plan B, pretty rocks, and running away from bears

A travel blog entry by lianerose on Apr 11, 2015

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... It's very space-efficient, having so many students all following different routes so they don't crash into each other. Really bizarre to watch. And I have to join in!
One lesson this horn sounded and all the students ran outside, I was really confused - then I was told that the afternoon lessons were cancelled due to Young Pioneers. This is something to do with the Party and I think certain students get chosen to be in a club, to represent either the school or their class. I ...


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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... in front of your face. The students loved it!

Also today, Groups A and B went to a factory and learned the process of making "tofu skin". Each student was able to have a hand in each part of the process of turning soybeans into tofu skin! They found it very interesting....and tasty! They even got to try some dried tofu skin and soymilk...mmmm!!!

Additionally, Groups A and B got to explore the Peng family fortress/castle, which was unexpectedly ...

First Day!

A travel blog entry by tis on Nov 04, 2013

We started off the day on a great note with everyone showing up cheerful and excited to begin our adventure. We ended the day the same way, but just a lot more tired.

The students arrived at the hotel early this afternoon and were met by a great Dragonfly Staff team. After introductions and welcomes, we were split into groups and played some terrific team-building games and activities before heading off to ...

Dragons & rice terraces

A travel blog entry by mrandmrsmexico on Sep 17, 2013

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... then one of the porters spent the next 20 mins walking alongside us hassling Gerry til he gave in! But we were both glad of their help as they skipped off in front of us as we sweated up the stone steps. Embarrassingly though, the porters in this area are women. & not only that, after much debate amongst all the women they picked the smallest, oldest lady to carry my 17 kg pack! I mean, she was smaller than me. The ...