Dong Jing Wan Hotel

Hepei Road, Dongxing, Guangxi Zhuang, 538100, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Hepei Road, Dongxing.
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    Nanning to Halong

    A travel blog entry by keasmith on Apr 14, 2014

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    Damn! First item forgotten, my bargain Beijing shorts! Taxi driver didn't understand to go back via, and it took 20mins to find a taxi to take us to the bus station. I'm annoyed at myself, hope it's a lesson learnt about double checking and not leaving stuff hung up to dry when you have packed everything else. The bus leaves just after 7:30, surrounded by mo peds as people head off to work. In china there is the car lane the bike lane for bikes but car sometimes use it ...

    Ha Long Bay and the Border

    A travel blog entry by stuartcharles on Jun 28, 2013

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    ... only furniture was a pair of double beds one of which was just a mattress on the floor. We ate a thin morning glory and fish stew with rice and a pork rib dish. They only had three sets of bowls so the daughter Hiep, sat and talked while the parents and I ate. Cat Ba is more of a domestic tourist destination than a foreigner one and as such, caters to different demands than we would have back home. Set in what would be a very scenic bay, the shoreline is marred with dozens of ...

    Race day

    A travel blog entry by woods.jan on Jun 06, 2013

    At least is overcast so a little cooler, thank heavens. Most of the day spent getting organised for buses to pick us up. We had a police escort and a convoy of 18 buses, to take us to venue. Then we had the dotting ceremony, and then the races. Seemed no reason for the way the teams were split into 3 groups, but I think in hindsight, it was to give the local teams the best advantage. We got about $850 for participating. First prize was about $5000 or 45000 ...

    Good morning Vietnam

    A travel blog entry by ianvictoria on Mar 16, 2009

    ... heading in the other direction (at what later turned out to be a really good exchange rate!). When we arrived at the bus depot the very helpful driver carried some of our bags up to the desk and spoke to the clerk who then gave us the tickets to Hanoi, the taxi driver paid and then took some Chenes Yuan off us, all very very friendly and helpful. Until the clerk behind the desk stats to shout at the taxi driver, the security comes over ...

    Roots in Qinzhou?

    A travel blog entry by missruckus on Dec 14, 2007

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    ... to turn, you'd better watch it cuz the car isn't gonna stop! I read that China has one of the highest incidents of traffic accidents in the world and I'm not surprised. I can't seem to fully figure out if people speak Mandarin or Cantonese here, but I think most people speak both. It's a bit hard to understand the Cantonese though cuz being in Toronto, I'm most familiar with the Hong Kong accent! The strip I'm staying on is full of chain stores, much like other Chinese ...