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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... sticks, so Penny and I made a wish there. Like in England, you can't tell anyone what you wished for.
On the way down we also stopped by the 'vagina stone', which I wasn't impressed by. We then sat by a large lake, chilled out and had an ice cream. I went for a wander and got carried away, walking along by the lake and amongst the trees and giant rocks. Came across a temple at the top of a rock, and got chatting to some Chinese guys who told me that the man inside the temple ...

Shenanigans

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Jun 01, 2014

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... 45 minutes. Not bad with an umbrella, a little table and a notepad to write out all my frustrations.
Finally she came right when she said she would. I was getting anxious because her building's security guard decided to follow me around after he turned me away the first time.
I was exhausted but we went out to get some food at the market and I tried to help her cook it. After dinner she showed me some of her pictures and I think I was cranky, so I just went to bed after ...

Day Two - A Day of Exercise and Reflection

A travel blog entry by tis on Nov 05, 2013

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... br>
Rock climbing on the karst (limestone) rock formations was really great, as well! Knowing they were using safe equipment, with experienced climbers and instructors guiding them, was reassuring to our students who were new to climbing, and they all took on the challenge! It was a great test of physical and mental strength for our students, and one they definitely were thrilled about!

This evening, we all had our preparation time for the community ...

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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... 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 ...