Snow Lion Riverside Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSnow Lion Riverside Resort Yangshuo
A step up from the Riverside Retreat.
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... for just under half an hour. Finally I heard the driver announce something that sounded like Jie Fang Qiao and I got out. I couldn't believe this was the Guilin fellow travelers and guide books alike raved about. I was a dump. Literally piles of trash were stacked next to the streets and half constructed buildings. It certainly was not the glamorous Beijing. The chaotic traffic flow, and motor bikes brimming with people, textiles, and other goods reminded me of the streets ...
... the main tourist drag - souvenir shops, food stalls and constant 'you buy postcard, book, DVD', etc. Our location is quite good. Only a short walk to the shopping/food area and some large mountains giving a good back drop. Nick took us to one of the minority villages (there are several minority groups living in the Yangshuo area). Here we saw rice being dried on the footpath outside some of the homes. We visited a house that had been built for a general in 1720 and ...
... What an enjoyable day - time to socialise and laugh, while sharing a delightful learning experience. What an amazing three weeks we have had in China!! The sights, the guides, the accommodation, the weather and the people have been a true delight to experience, creating such memories, that I'm sure we will all carry with us for a very long time.
... an hour. Where as the river cruise would cost about $30 and take several hours, plus we would have plenty of time to explore the river as we had four nights booked. The directions to our accommodation, En Attendant Godot (the name of a French play), were good so, fending off more touts, we walked for ten minutes out of town and we were home. On arrival, Zac, the Chinese guy that ran the place, told us that the price had gone down since we booked, so he reduced our ...
... eyes on them I found my gaze sliding away, and I realised that I actually found them very oppressive. I think it's because they rise up so suddenly out of the landscape, and they are so craggy and inhospitable-looking. You can't imagine walking on them or being near them. They're so alien and strange, I just found it hard to really study them, so that I would be almost looking through them.
From Guilin we fly straight to Hainan ...