Huai Ren Hotel
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... and as we descend in altitude, the climate and vegetation become distinctly subtropical. As we head even further south towards Laos, it will of course become tropical. Agriculture and tourism are important sources of revenue for the province. If Kent is the garden of England then Yunnan must surely be the garden of China. Indeed it supplies much of the domestic cut flower industry. Since China has a lot of mouths to feed, it is obvious why Yunnan is such a prosperous ...
An early start after an excellent breakfast, this hotel is rather special. We walked towards the market. On the way we visited some old courtyard houses. Initially they belonged to one family but when communism came the rich families were forced to give them up and other families were moved in. So instead of one family living in the house you now have 13. There is little sense of privacy in this country. I think it explains the communal ...
... streets.Its always been built of stone,so what is old and new is not always obvious due to the clean rendered style of the architecture.Like Lijiang also it is a living culture not a museum culture.
So,blah!,anyway as usual I spend much of my time just taking it in,wandering around. Hired a bike and rode to Xizhou I think,its hard to tell.The road along lake Erhai is a very nice ride,all village/feild/holiday holmes/village /feilds/village.I rode till my ...
... br> interesting to tour with, at times full of laughs, at time
hard-nosed barganing people. Heather didn't come with us as phone
communications failed - it helps if the phone is turned on. Had
dinner with Heather, An and Eva that night.
The next day we spent the morning with Heather trying to sort out
the next few days together. Heather announced she was going to see
some rice terraces to the south, ...
... friend behind and marched onwards. Our original plan was to make it to the half way guesthouse but when we passed two chilled out French lads at another guesthouse we decided we'd done enough for the day and stayed there.
Morning brought sunshine and clear skies that justified our decision as the walk was a lot better in this light and we could take our time to soak in the views. The gorge is obviously huge and the trek is pretty amazing but I don't see why ...