Naxi Family Guesthouse

Address: Zhongnuoyu Village, Changsheng Village, Hutiaoxia Town, Shangri-La, Yunnan, 674400, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Zhongnuoyu Village, Changsheng Village, Hutiaoxia Town, Shangri-La.
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    Travel Blogs from Shangri-La

    Teaching English at a Chinese High School

    A travel blog entry by rachecake96 on Sep 21, 2014

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    ... Lily taught us about Tibetan culture. It was hard to understand her. Then food was waiting for us after the lesson. Just rice for me...again. Thankfully, Phil and Anna understood that we were all tired, so they let us go to sleep. Teddy, Amira, and Zack hung out in Dana and my room until we all went to sleep a little after 9.

    Shangri-La, rising from the ashes

    A travel blog entry by hshannon on Jul 13, 2014

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    Shangri-La It rained most of the bus ride to Shangri-la. And when Veronique and I arrived in Shangri-la, it was still raining. But it was also cold. Really cold. I only had a couple pieces of warm clothes with me and they were wet from the hike. So I decided on a plan: go to the hostel, get some food and crawl into bed. I'd booked the hostel by phone a couple hours before we arrived, using the data on my battery drained iphone. The one person at ...

    The road to Shangri La

    A travel blog entry by shiftinggears on Jul 06, 2013


    ... for bananas. Then, back to the guesthouse to clean and oil bike chains, adjust tire pressure (we had a major change in elevation yesterday), check quick releases and brakes (we do this regularly), pack and load panniers onto bikes and check out. Finally on the road, riding is actually the relaxing part of the day, provided we have chosen a good route and are not being harassed by the insanity of Chinese traffic. If all goes well, we simply ride from start to ...

    Yunnan Tour: Part II

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on May 14, 2013

    70 photos

    ... tourism. This town was fantastically empty. Desiree and I spoke about how we thought this place was going to be absurdly beautiful; instead, we were met with a town much more empty than Hanover, Pennsylvania. It looked indeed magical, but the type of dark magic that forced everyone into hiding.

    Regardless, due to traditional costumes and customs, we were able to have a fabulous experience here--thanks to my hilarious venture into a rope-tugging contest using my butt (oh, ...

    Day 6 - Shika Snow Mountain and Altitude Sickness

    A travel blog entry by jessilybabe on Apr 14, 2013

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    ... worked. Everyone bought at least 1 canister, some bought 2! Daddy says he doesn't need it but we made him buy one just in case. The mountain stands at 4449 m above sea level. For comparison purposes Grouse Mountain is 1200 m above sea level and Whistler is only 2200 m above sea level! As we were lining up for the gondola, everyone was really excited to see snow. We were not so easily impressed. I think the only thing that was fun ...

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