Ramada Plaza Guiyang
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... another. - Street markets - be prepared to see things that are different than the markets in North America. Sanitation standards and food preservation standards are definitely not the same. - Personal Space - Often there is a lot less personal space compared to what North Americans are use to - Karaoke - if you like to sing karaoke, China is the place for you - Megaphones - Every Chinese tour guide has a microphone and speakers and have the volume set to the highest level. ...
... array of interests. Some people might have been awe struck by the water fountain show in Xian whereas others might be captivated by the revolutionary museum in Yan'an or the massive sand dunes in Turpan. It has definitely been hard to narrow down my list but here are my top ten as to what I personally really enjoyed and include both cultural and natural places.
In no particular order, my top ten are:
⭐️ Tiger Leaping Gorge
... also pig hoofs and thus were being sold everywhere. The ancient city is known to welcome various religions and I visited a Christian church and a Buddhist temple. Overall though, having been to many other ancient cities around China, this one was very uninteresting. After the ancient city we travelled back into Guiyang to Jiaxiu Tower. This tower was built in 1597 by a ...
... student. He asked me if I spoke Chinese and I said no but he did try and say a few things in English. When I was getting off, one of his friends said, "Ladies first" and let me go in front. I like that kid's English teacher. On the second leg of the flight, Urumqi to Chengdu, as the flight was prepping for takeoff, one flight attendant told me to call her if I wanted to eat. I was a bit confused by that but I let it go. Then as we were flying, I chatted with the ...
After our morning routine, breakfast, exercises and briefing, we head out to see a dance performance at in the Laysan tribe at Lang Tek Sang Cai. After lunch we visit the 600 year old Buddhist temple Cen Yuen Tze in Tang Village. We stay in this old city for dinner and see some sellers making peanut candy. Tonight we sleep in Tong Ren.