Xixing Hostel

Address: No.38 Jianshe Road, Dujiangyan, Sichuan, 611830, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.38 Jianshe Road, Dujiangyan.
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Travel Blogs from Dujiangyan

Woshipping The Sacred White Stone

A travel blog entry by viviannepang on Oct 12, 2013

52 photos

... statue with a white rock on it's top denoting their worshiping alter. The local people will not normally take photo with the white stone , showing their respect to their God.

During the 1998 Sichuan Earthquake , one of the village here collapsed and disappears overnight underneath the opened earth and we can see a giant lake formed above it.It was calm , burying all the innocent soul underneath. It was a beautiful river lake too.Cows here have thick white or black fur.

A Qiang Wedding

A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Jan 01, 2008

24 photos

... the meat as it warms your toes. Being a good few inches taller than the average Qiang, this presented me with the challenge of having to weave my way through the hanging meat as I moved around the house. On one slightly unpleasant occasion, I turned too fast and received a string of kidneys in the face. Given the traditional nature of both the exterior and interior, one thing that managed to escape my attention for over a day was all the modern technology around. In a ...

12hrs of projectile vomitting later..

A travel blog entry by jhnhtt on Sep 30, 2007

3 photos

... baby! Although from the sounds of most things in china.. It's gonna be all bull, another story to make you spend more money and kill time! But the rumours were loosely true, the station was mayhem, my head was spinning one way, my stomach the other, and the police pushing and shoving everyone else about me.. not a good place to be in my delicate condition.. The usual mismatch of uniformed troopers come officials awaited and I managed ...

Pandas and Pagodas

A travel blog entry by jon_helen on Jun 05, 2007

2 comments, 29 photos

... was built in AD 713 to protect boatman from lethal currents in river hollows. Surplus rocks did the trick by filling the hollows but locals insist it was the calming effect of the Buddha. We were the only Westerners there and being a weekday there were just a few friendly Chinese tourists. Jon became quite big-headed after several requests for his photo. Helen wasn't too upset by the competition as all his fans were male (see photo). We had an interesting ...

Giant Buddha and Panda Spotting

A travel blog entry by sianandjim on Dec 10, 2006

33 photos

... glass and were so cute, both of us were cooing. Unfortunately we couldn't take any pictures as they have undeveloped eyes that can be easily damaged by flashbulbs, so you'll have to take our word for it when we say they were gorgeous and practically worth the visit to China alone. As well as seeing the main attraction at the centre, we also saw plenty of Himalayan Red Pandas, a Chinese friend told us a few month ago that in Mandarin they are ...