Diqu Hotel

Address: No.18 Ahemaiti Street 3 Alley, Yining, Xinjiang Uygur, 835000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.18 Ahemaiti Street 3 Alley, Yining.
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Travel Blogs from Yining

Symbolism and Bagua

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 15, 2015

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... But can we make it? Are tickets available for a return trip before we have to follow the Silk Path back to Lan Zhou for our expedition to Tibet? We slice the Gordian knot. We will try! But it means: no more relaxation. We were intrigued by an almost sultanesque sleeper bus, with beds on two levels. Never seen its equivalent before. Sisi talks at the bus station and the bus will pass Tekesi this evening direction Urumqi. In the mean time, the girls behind the front ...

A Daoist town

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 14, 2015

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... On the right the Uygur woman with child on her lap. I turn my head to look at the people behind. "Ni Hao!" I greet. No response. Sisi points out my mistake. "Salaam aleikum!" Suddenly smiled greetings everywhere. We leave and all goes well until the road is blocked. We wait. Engine is turned off. I try to move my legs but in vain. After a while the various waiting cars start again and turn onto a dirt road. When we turn I ...

The Khazak border

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 13, 2015

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... loudly, our driver pushes his way through. Lots of wool outside my window. We halt to drink some water from a mountain brook. Water from the Tienshan mountains. And as I watch the water tumbling down, splashing on the rocks, and feel the cold taste in my mouth, I think of other places where I drank water as a thirsty traveler. The small spring at the tiny chapel of Ste Foy in Conques, which can only be reached by foot after a very steep and hot climb. The locals always apply ...

Bandit about - lock down at Kazakstan border

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Aug 17, 2012

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Well, hard to believe that we are now out of China - what a change. Where did all the people go to. Overall I really enjoyed China and could quite easily live in the country to be honest. Can thoroughly recommend it as a place to ...

Dodgy, Dodgy, Dodgy exit from China

A travel blog entry by timshazz on Jun 27, 2012

... The unfortunate consequence of this was that all the passengers then wanted to get on at the same time and we were left trying to, fend off the grannies and mount the 180 degree steps with a full pack on and take our sandals off at the same time so as not to muddy the rug which all the passengers without beds would be sitting on. Thankfully no slipped discs!

Once on the bus we squirmed our way onto our allotted bottom bunks. Not to bad for me being on 163cm ...