Bi Hai Yun Tian Hotel

Address: No.1838 Middle Jiefang Road, Shanyang District, Jiaozuo, Henan, 454000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Shanyang District area of Jiaozuo.
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Travel Blogs from Jiaozuo

Happy 100th Birthday Dad

A travel blog entry by shautala on Sep 15, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

My time in Chenjiagou is bracketed exactly by my 52nd birthday and Dad's 100th. So much of this small rural China environment reminds me of our time travelling the world as a family. Day 10 has come to an end. A celebratory dinner out, a short night's sleep and up to leave before the rooster ( literally ) ...

Rain

A travel blog entry by shautala on Sep 14, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Today, Day 9, we finished the form to thundering rain. Maybe it is one of the giant spiral arms of Typhoon Kalmaegi? The courtyard is a lake and the cats are well hidden. Bodies and minds are tired and the quiet closing move feels like a warm cup of ...

Details and Doorways

A travel blog entry by shautala on Sep 12, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

Day 8 and we've reached Rooster Stands on One Leg, while the caged hens hope they aren't dinner. Lots of small things I'm noticing now after being here for a week. Decoration and texture, cat tribe dynamics, the pathways lined with blooming flowers. Everything - animals, kids, plants, foreigners, all living together behind the massive school doorway, with bells marking out the rhythms of the daily ...

Tai Chi Zero

A travel blog entry by shautala on Sep 10, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

Today we toured the beautiful ( and empty ) tai chi park and museum. It seems to have been designed with bus loads of tourists in mind, but we have only seen a few scattered souls. Nice to have it to ourselves, and the afternoon off from training to mark the half way point. Afterwards, Master Chen's son who leads the 8 ...

Variations on Chinese

A travel blog entry by shautala on Sep 09, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

There are increasingly distinct kinds of things for breakfast and lunch. I have to confess I haven't actually made it to dinner yet, preferring a post-training shower, the day's laundry, and getting off my feet as quickly as possible. The food is very, very yummy and two big meals a day seems to do the trick. The coolest thing, however, is watching them cook ...