Holiday Inn Hohhot
Travel Blogs from Hohhot
... on you as you shoot, then suddenly, the horses halt on command! One could be excused for having a bit of a freak out if not for total trust in the abilities of the two horse drivers.
I'm not sure what came first, the ...
... what looked like a sky burial site, a place where animals or humans are left to the elements and other animals and birds can feed on them as they please. The Mongolians see this as a generous gift and don't believe in preserving a dead body. Animal bones scattered the grass, some still with remnants of meat left on them- gross.
We walked for over 3 hours, aiming towards a small yurt camp in the distance but on arrival were asked why we hadn't gone with ...
So I had to find a place to hang out for the National Day holiday, October 1-7. Side note on Chinese holidays, if they get holiday days everybody has to make up the days off on the following weekends, so they don't seem to get any days off.
I chose to go out to Hohhot, in Inner Mongolia, and take a tour of the grasslands and desert. ...
We were woken at 8am by our tour guide and went to the house for breakfast of fried bread and milk tea with strange seeds added to the top. After packing up we got in the minivan for the 2.5 hour drive back to Hohhot, making use of our helpful guide to book us some more accommodation! The driver dropped us off a short walk away from ...
... pork and shrimp dumplings and a plate of tasty fried veg.
It was around a 45 minute walk across town to reach the vicinity of Anda Guesthouse, at which point we had to call them as we just couldn't locate it! The lady came to the street and walked us to the entrance tucked down a no name side alley.
We were pleased to be able to book our next day and nights grassland activities and continued onto ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility