Lanyangyang Inn Yangshuo
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... we met up with all the other volunteers and Gatsby, Subrina and Jade the Chinese students and went to a
cafe. It was great fun, we had such a laugh even so much so a old Aussie guy that was on holiday with his wife came out and asked if we all worked in a English College together and said it was amazing seeing the dynamics of the group and that it looked like the United Nations or something. Afterwards we went ...
... we had the strange experience of queuing (about 100 people deep) to get into the check in area. As the flight time approached & the queue hadn't moved, nor had any official looking personnel appeared nor announcements made, people starting getting agitated that they were going to miss their flight. But of course it was fine in the end as we were all checked in & through immigration in record time & we left China on the eve of the last day of our visa. ...
... to see if the current would be too strong.
Finding the bottom to be to slippery we continued our journey out in the middle
of the Chinese countryside. We some how eventually found the road and started
to make our way back. Natalia opted to walk so Matt and I trekked back to the
hostel in search of water and a cold shower. We eventually made it back. The
hostel staff were quite concerned and got water out for us without asking. I
have never felt such heat before in all ...
... speciality dish 'beer-fish’!
On our last day in Yangshou we decide to climbing one of the mountains, which is in the town. Although it was difficult to find, because the entrance is well hidden behind some alleys and buildings, after seeing half the town (again) we found it. To celebrate our accomplishment of the day we treat ourselves on the Chinese version of Patatje Oorlog (Yep, of all things the Dutch culture has to offer, this is what you find ...
... sells those small inflatable rings that people buy when they have piles?”
We had breakfast and reported for duty at the 'Bike Asia’ shop at one pm, Dan secretly hoping that Letitia would be our guide for this sport too, sadly no. Jacob and Tina arrived, Tina sporting a bad cold, but she gamely carried on, not wanting to miss out on anything; and we were joined by two young English teachers from the UK, Sharon and ...