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TravelPod Member ReviewsDalian Hotel Jinghong
The rooms are fine, clean and everything you need. The breakfast is Chinese and not recommended. Its more a lunch buffet, then a breakfast, even for Chinese. Pleasant stay.
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... I ask. Yes, but far from the hand of Beijing, Jinghong does not feel like the Middle Kingdom at all. With the Changmai T-shirts for sale, perhaps there's no need to make the trek to China's neighbour after all. (ha!) Leave the city and (try to) lose yourself among the jungles and monkeys. Chat with a ...
... the SW is dog eating country, another reason for me to avoid the meat. I see no reason to eat a trusting, tail wagging, doggie; ditto for monkey, sharks fin, and any other of the common meat found in parts of Asia. Why should I? I wince even seeing lumps of congealed blood on a diners plate, or pig snout, interior pork parts, chicken head, feet, innards, brains.. Ummm. I did munch on a rocky mountain oyster once.
I flew to Kunming again, on to Beijing and Washington ...
... the short name for the province which is: Xishuangbanna.
Now that I'm at the right station, it's time to buy the ticket: I have written my city name down as clearly as possible, the date, and practiced saying: the first bus in the morning. Now..which window? I don't know, just get in the shortest line. So here we go:
Our trip at this point took us to an unexpected destination after Jules was inspired by a documentary we saw at our Yangshou hostel. Since it was unlikely we could track down the snubnosed monkey on our timeframe, Jules' second choice was to go hiking in Xishuangbanna amongst the rain forest and minority villages. So instead of taking on Tiger Leaping Gorge at this point we headed back down towards Myanmar and Laos to do our hike. This was the first ...
... have a computer again.
The plan (at this point) is to spend about 2 weeks getting to Vietnam via Northern Laos. This might involve some boat travel but mostly biking. Supposedly there will be some guest houses but we won’t be in many major centres with internet. Once we get to Central Vietnam (around Vinh) we will bus up north to Halong Bay. We were going to skip it but it just looks too good! From ...