Haili Hotel

Middle Street, Moxi Town, Hailuogou, Luding County, Sichuan, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Middle Street, Moxi Town, Hailuogou, Luding County.
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Travel Blogs from Luding County

Spontaneity is fun!

A travel blog entry by rednosefg on Nov 08, 2013

... So an hour, and several monkeys later (they can open crisp packets!!), we were on the move. I was slightly concerned by how tame these monkeys appeared and how keen to eat anything people were willing to throw at them- chocolate, crisps, bread...you name it, they ate it.

Anyway, an hour after we finally arrived at the cable car station and took what must be one of the most beautiful cable car rides to the top of this glacier. This ...

Mountain airport & group synchronised dancing

A travel blog entry by mrandmrsmexico on Sep 12, 2013

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... t do the dancing justice! In order to save ourselves 18 hrs on a bus we flew from Kangding to Chongqing. On our way to Tagong we had discovered that the airport was up in the mountains. In fact at the same level as the now snow covered peaks! Arriving there at 7am we literally froze as we waited for the plane to arrive. I think the photos explain the mountain top runway better than ...

Small town?

A travel blog entry by mrandmrsmexico on Sep 09, 2013

Kangding is the first small town we've visited in China. With 'only' 80,000 people it's very small in Chinese terms, where it is estimated there are 90 cities of 5-10 million people & 170 cities of 1-5 million alone. We're still struggling to get our heads round this & the estimated Chinese population of 1.3 billion! Nothing much to mention here other than the cool hostel we ...

Kanding - Tibetans, snow and a bald hen!

A travel blog entry by missguttridge on Sep 01, 2013

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We finally arrived in Kanding... the gateway to the Tibetan world!

To greet people in Chinese you say ni hao but from now on I will have to say tashi delek which is how you greet people in Tibetan! You have a ...

Mt Gongga, and the trek to the mountain monastery

A travel blog entry by linruiqi on Aug 09, 2013

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... and Tibetan culture all at once, including a homestay with a lovely Tibetan village family, bowls of hot yak milk and delicious milk-curd-on-bread (see the picture with a bowl of what looks like yellow vomit). It's the lucky encounters and hospitality that give me memories to smile at after.. Other stories from Minya Konka and Kangding include my doubts about the basic principles of Lamaism, a discussion on the future of Tibetan culture, and how not to force a herd of yaks into the ...