Gongga Hotel

Address: Gongga Avenue, Moxi Zhen, Hailuogou , Luding County, Sichuan, 626100, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Gongga Avenue, Moxi Zhen, Hailuogou , Luding County.
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    Travel Blogs from Luding County

    Trucks, trucks and more trucks

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 07, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... to go to a local garage to do a cursory check. A young Tibetan Chinese who has been admiring the truck and its equipment, is only too happy to show us the way and have a ride. He turns out to be the chef of a small Sichuan restaurant just opposite our hotel and that's exactly where we end up eating. Of the 8 main categories of Chinese cuisine, we have always liked the hot and spicy variation best and that is exactly what Sichuan food is all about.

    *There is a ...

    Watch Towers of Danba Region

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 06, 2014

    8 photos

    ... is very noticeable.

    *The highest point of our journey today is Kangding airport at around 4300 metres. It looks so brand new that it is hard to believe it is already in use. The runway is long to enable aircraft engines to cope with the thin air. Take off and landing must be amazingly scenic. We are at the top of this particular part of the world. Apparently there are a couple of daily flights to and from Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province and Chong Qing which is ...

    Tibetan Chinese Home Stay

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 05, 2014

    9 photos

    ... strong Sichuan dialect. She lives here with her husband, her daughter in law and her two grandsons. She has other children and grandchildren living in Chengdu and Kangding. So this household incorporates 3 generations - in rural communities this is a very normal state of affairs. Her daughter in law cooks supper for us using the largest wok we have ever seen. She explains that everything that is cooked for us is homegrown or home reared. Pork is on the menu tonight not beef.



    A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Sep 06, 2011

    3 photos

    ... fault, always wanting to chat, even though we cannot understand one another. But with a smile, a gesture and vigorous hand waving and pointing, one can always find a place to eat – and the eating is astounding. It is simple food, but hearty, healthy and with abundant chilies… hot hot hot!

    Before turning in for the evening, I am one of hundreds watching an equal number of participants in a dance. The town square is enormous. Dancers join in and seem ...

    Crazy chinese beer seller

    A travel blog entry by kai.berlick on Aug 12, 2010

    6 photos

    A relaxed start this morning saw us having coffee in the hotel cafe with about half the rest of the truck before getting on board and leaving at 10.30am. The first of 4 drive days and 3 bush camps which none of us were looking forward to. The heat and humidity made it a very uncomfortable drive once we finally departed. Initially we drove north out of Chengdu, the plan being to then turn west towards the Sichuan-Tibet highway, which we would then follow south.