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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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... hole a duckling's beak was protruding, and soon there was a beak sticking out of every hole, a peep-peep-peep and a faint aroma of baby duck guano. The driver stopped the bus and demanded to know what the noise/smell was. The passengers, stifling laughter, told him and pointed to the culprit. The box of ducks was removed to the boot before the driver would continue another yard.
The Wild Elephant Valley was a bit of a disappointment. It is a park set in beautiful ...
... there won’t be one in town. Then I spotted Cinderella’s, a coffee shop which once we got upstairs looked like it was a club with ladies of the night. But it wasn’t, well not that early anyway. We downed a couple of mega bucks cappuccinos, so nightclub prices anyway!
Outside was a stall selling bananas. I had been in China long enough to be an expert when it came to the price of bananas. I gave the owner a bunch and in my by now perfect negotiating ...
... with them and the driver took inventory of them and wrote the parcels numbers down on our tickets. We boarded the sleeper bus where there are three rows of beds that are two levels high. Our seats were second from the front and we had the bottom level with units beside one another. This meant that one of had to be in the middle, which is a bit of a pain when you want to sleep. It is nice to have a side to lean against when the bus navigates sharp corners, ...
... some on stilts (some homes were enormous wooden structures) and small courtyards. We checked out the hot spring spa near Ghasa village. Too hot for us on such a hot day. The palm lined pool seemed like a great place to lounge.
We hopped back on our bikes and continued past vegetable patches, palm groves and fish ponds and got to a small village entrance where a saleswoman had set out bolts of colorful fabric and ...
... about us foreigners and didn't try to sell us anything. Very different from our south east asia experience!
After walking on mostly flat trails during the afternoon we arrived at the village we were to spend the night at around 5pm. They had a beatiful Buddhist temple in the village and Ainipa told us a bit about the customs of the people in the area. We aren't entirely sure if all he told us was true, since at varying points of the hike he told us he had anywhere ...