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

    18 photos

    ... they are fighting with each other and one of them kills the other. There are so many yaks that they have no shortage of meat even without killing them. The Tibetans take Buddhism a lot more seriously than the Chinese, and they won’t kill any living things. In fact their prayers are often to help all living things (as opposed to the Chinese prayers which tend to be ‘I want… I want…’). The food in Tibet is also very different. Lots of ...

    My first taste of the Tibetan world

    A travel blog entry by lianerose on Jul 17, 2015

    9 photos

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    Despite this bad start, I woke up the next morning and had a great day exploring. I walked through the busy market to get to the main square, and then headed a bit out-of-town to climb Paoma Shan which is a famous mountain/hill. I met some Chinese travellers on the way who spoke a bit of English, and so we climbed together, taking it easy as Kangding is at 2600m altitude. They were on their way to Tibet. The stairs up the hill went through trees with ...

    Tips and Tricks for Surviving Asian Countries...

    A travel blog entry by karsenault on Dec 04, 2014


    ... doesn't speak the language (it wasn't such a risk in Ireland or New Zealand). The annoying thing is, there's so much to see on the side of the road that when you're traveling by bus and can't hop on/off, you miss out on a lot. ASIDE: Grant and Noelle, you two should DEFINITELY get yourselves and your bikes over to Tibet! In the summer....the roads are perfect, twisty and fun and there are a million villages to stop in and so much to see! I also don't think you'd be dealing with ...


    A travel blog entry by karsenault on Dec 03, 2014


    ... full time in September so I could go back to school, still work part-time and have time for other things that I both need to get done and want to do. Working part-time, I have -enough- but barely and that creates stress which doesn't make me happy. But if I work full time and go to school full time, I won't have time for anything else and that will make me miserable. What to do? And I'm lucky to only have to worry about myself - those of you with families have a ...

    Trucks, Trucks and More Trucks

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 07, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... are the rock hard beds such as in our Yajiang hotel tonight ( the hardest we have slept on so far). The Chinese traditionally prefer hard mattresses and indeed their posture is generally very good. Whether this has anything to do with hard mattresses we do not know. Few hotels have dedicated non smoking floors. Even where there are, some previous guest will have disregarded the rules. And finally there are the plumbing issues....Of course this does not apply to the ...

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