Regency Holiday Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... and dirt. Or perhaps everyone wants a car so they are disdainful of what they have.
I think this country girl is getting worn down by the constant press of humanity in China! I think both of us were surprised by the sense of relief we felt in the mountains a few days ago - it was quiet, uncrowded, green, the air was clean, you could hear the birds. We hadn't realized how much we'd missed all those things. I expected Yangshuo to be more like that, only on a larger scale, not ...
... hotel in Guilin and dropped us off in our new hotel in Yangshuo. If we took the boat we would have had to use taxis at both ends. The taxis in Guilin are bad enough and try to rip you off but the taxi drivers in Yangshuo simply refuse to use the meter and charge a fortune to get anywhere. To give you an idea of how bad they are a short 5 minute trip in Guilin costs about 10 Yuan and the same length trip at Yangshuo costs 30 Yuan when organized by the ...
After breakfast we caught a taxi to Chengdu airport. We really enjoyed our time in Chengdu especially the area we were staying. We loved the historic feel, the vibrancy of this area. Today we flew with Shandong Airlines, and once again we had a late departure with a Chinese airline. On our 1 1/2 ...
... ancient Dragon Bridge as well as Moon Hill along the way. I knew it was a pretty aggressive plan since it would take about 5 hours in 90 degree weather with 100% humidity (I found out later), but I felt like exploring and getting exercise. Six hours later of getting lost every which way on a road that weaves in and out along the river (there was no bike trail) even though I had a seemingly ok map and got directions beforehand, I was glad to be back. I was happy to have done ...
... a lady conveniently selling tickets. We were then walked to the road where she tried to flag down buses for us to get onto: not the most official and turned out we paid a massive £1 more than anyone else for the bus!
Yangshuo is by far the prettiest place we've been. The landscape on the train was breath taking enough but the journey to Yangshuo just got us more excited about what we had coming up for us in the next 4 days. We arrived at the bus station at 6ish and Frank ...