Aipai Huangguan Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a reservoir of experience, towards the new and still unknown, towards adventure. I stand here, catch a glimpse of the hinterlands and slowly begin to know.
Bring me back to the mountains, the luster of the morning call. Let me stay awhile rooted firmly in this place, yet lost among the soundtrack of life; the breaths, each stolen one by one and the authenticity of the environment that surrounds me. Let ...
... we had dinner in balcony seats above a traditional Uygur wedding , when the management told the wedding party there was Canadians upstairs watching the festivities ( which included a blind folded tight rope walker ) they invited us to come down and join. Their type of Dancing is quite different than anything we've ever ...
... this area is known for. We chilled with them and watched some Chinese game shows which were really entertaining even though we had no idea what they were saying. For supper approximately 30 of Nicole's family members met us at the hotel her uncle owns and we had the largest meal we've ever had. We indulged in some Asian rice wine which is 52% , ...
... people out of poverty. And has thereby greatly reduced social tensions and migration. But back to the museum: what makes this area (Xinjiang) interesting, is the climate. Just like in Egypt, many a preserved "mummy" has been discovered and several are on display. These are not true mummies. Desiccation has preserved the body, just like the common people in ancient Egypt. Common people in Egypt did not need to be mummified, because their bodies were ...
... the shiny marble floor. Just as in an airport there are gates where the tickets are checked. And there is luggage check, where two charming police ladies take away my scissors, which so far have passed lots of countries. Soon we shoot through the land on this high speed train at almost 200 km/h (130 m/h). The bare dry mountains are steep, and the valleys between them are deep and eroded. To my great joy, I see large areas where the mountain side must have been ...