Gesar Hotel

Address: No.60 West Main Street, Kangding, Sichuan, China | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on No.60 West Main Street, Kangding.
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    Travel Blogs from Kangding

    Grasslands, yaks, horse races and scary dogs

    A travel blog entry by lianerose on Jul 22, 2015

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    (sorry, lots of pictures because it's so pretty)

    Up early for a short drive to Tagong, at 3800m altitude. I took a minibus and it seemed like every 15 minutes we had a 'photo stop'. Yes the scenery was nice but I didn’t want to get out of the warm car all the time into the cold morning altitude air! We passed snow-capped mountains, grassland hills peppered with grazing yaks, and more Tibetan decorations including mantras carved into the hills in white. ...

    My first taste of the Tibetan world

    A travel blog entry by lianerose on Jul 17, 2015

    9 photos

    ... with my hiking friends again in the evening and we went out for another awesome dinner including a really good eggplant dish. And rice. They wanted me to give them an English name, so I gave them names that sounded like their Chinese names – Cassie, Sunny and Rachel. Nice how two of the names are the names of two of my best friends! Then we headed to the main square in Kangding to join in with some Tibetan dancing. This was really fun – hundreds of ...

    Tips and Tricks for Surviving Asian Countries...

    A travel blog entry by karsenault on Dec 04, 2014

    4 comments

    ... to walk BEHIND the cars not in front of them. You'll make it. If not, they'll swerve around you. Even when you have a walk sign, it doesn't matter - especially to the bikes - you should still be yielding to any vehicle (which, considering their size and power makes total sense). - China censors a LOT of the internet. Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Google....and a million other sites. Sometimes I can't get into Hotmail, sometimes I can. I have no idea how many websites they ...

    Enough.

    A travel blog entry by karsenault on Dec 03, 2014

    2 comments

    Warning: this is a long one because I have nothing else to do! There's no barf bag. Usually I don't need that sort of thing but these hairpin turns every other second plus the altitude headache pounding away at me are making me nauseous. I'm on my way to Tagong, having stopped only overnight in KangDing - seeing it alight with neon signs and hundreds of people dancing (every night at 7pm) was a nice introduction but it's time to get to what I'm really searching for. ...

    The Return to China

    A travel blog entry by scroggins on Oct 03, 2014

    5 photos

    ... out if we were not registered in a hotel every single night. Even once I had found out that the trek would only take two hours, indicating that this woman was not the best source of trekking information, our laziness got the better of us and we decided to save the camping for Mongolia. Only looking back, I noticed that Jeff had never even set eyes on this American woman. Oh, what a cunningly disguised demon I had, sat on my shoulder!
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