Crowne Plaza Hotel Dandong
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... no mention of the Chinese.
The last stop was the Broken Bridge, a bridge bombed by the US in the Korean War to attempt to stop the Chinese helping the north Koreans.
My time in Dandong was coming to an end, I was handed my train ticket to Beijing in a soft sleeper with 4 bunks in the room and dropped of at the station. Matt, a fellow DRPK traveller was travelling back on the same train. It was quite comfortable in the ...
... which was producing soap. At the art gallery there was an artist who would produce a sketch of you. I did this and the sketch was quite good.The highlight was another kindergarten performance that they likely perform each evening. It included the niece of the guide. While the performance was good and the kids as cute as ever, I thought the kindergarten performance in Chongjin was better. Here the singing was loud but pitchy, and the girls had ...
It was time to say goodbye to Pyongyang and our DPRK guides. It was mixed feeling leaving, it was the beginning of the end on my trip, there was sadness leaving our temporary home base of Pyongyang, but there was a sense of freedom getting out passports back and not been under the eye of our guides.
I actually came to like our DRPK guides, they were professional but also fun to be with. When I was sick the guides genuinely were concerned for me and they did their best ...
... Yalu Jiang Duan Qiao - Yalu River Bridge) and did the tourist thing and walked out on it. Built in 1911 by Japan (when Japan occupied Korea) and partially destroyed by America during the Korean War in 1950. Strangely it lies alongside another bridge built by the Japanese in 1943 (the China - Korea Friendship Bridge) that is still used today by both road (one lane only) and for the rail link between China and North Korea. Confused!!!!!! I am. Maybe the Americans ...
... from what, no one knows, and tastes like alcoholic plastic) that he offered me. I politely declined. A drunken boat ride just didn't seem appealing. Finally, a group of 4 Chinese college students arrive and I am put on a boat with them. The air above the river, which had just melted, was rather cold, and as we took off and sped up, my eyes started to involuntarily tear up and almost freeze. The girls on the boat were cowering from the wind. But, ...