Yangshuo Sunvalley Hotel
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Our first day in Yangshuo began at a very reasonable 8:30 ish. We woke up and were keen to get to our first activity of the day – a Chinese cooking class in the previous night's restaurant. The activity began in a local produce market.
Lucy the chef, guided us around answering questions about various fruits and vegetables that looked unfamiliar to us. There were a surprising amount of unfamiliar items to us. Within the market there was also ...
... her husband! We had lunch on the boat but this was pretty awful and most of the westerners ate only half of theirs whereas the Chinese pushed their way into the buffet and had second helpings. They do not seem to mind eating cold food. Cold cabbage and noodles and a few bones meant to be chicken was really not tasty. At the end of the 4 hour trip we got off the boat at Yangshuo. After climbing the inevitable steps there was a 20 minute walk to the hotel along ...
... so they were constantly crashing and lurching as the train accelerated and decelerated. Everyone was being thrown around as they tried to sleep. We were right next to the toilets and the smoking area which was torture and there was a young boy above me who stared and kicked his bed and dangled his arm and acted up for hours. A combination of fascination and boredom I think. Anyway, we made it to our destination in one piece and a lovely one it was. The areas ...
... he had followed us. Jason took us up 4 flights of stairs and the dog managed to get through the people blocking him and run up the stairs and follow us into the classroom, he then sat at the front and listened to our presentation for 20 minutes before leaving...it turns out it's the same dog from the bar where we did the quiz. Our presentation was in front of about ...
... understand the storyline because the spoken parts were in Chinese but it was basically a typical love story and there was a lot of Chinese opera singing! It was a nice experience and they did a good job considering that the cast was around 600 strong including some local fishermen!! I didn't manage to get any good pictures because my camera wouldn't capture it! Although you weren't meant to be aloud to take photos or videos during the performance it's so funny to see that the ...