Holly Bay Hotel

Address: No. 2 Xinghua 1st Road, Luocheng Town, Luoding, Guangdong, 527200, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No. 2 Xinghua 1st Road, Luocheng Town, Luoding.
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Travel Blogs from Luoding

'First week, new cultures and friends...'

A travel blog entry by nias-adventures on Sep 07, 2010

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... frustrating I find it when people say “North Wales, oh yeah, I’ve been to Snowdon…”. But anyway, 5 of us were whisked off on a 3.5hour drive to work away for 2days. The drive was great, and I’m glad I went, I had the opportunity to see the Chinese countryside en route, and it was everything I imagined. Lush green, paddy fields submerged under water, small huts on the waters edges. All around is farmland, but so ...

Hot Cupping - and we don't mean tea

A travel blog entry by batchelomez on Mar 14, 2007

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... the gentle routine. What a fantastic way to start the day. Another of Sam's highlights was the Impressions show - a light and sound spectacular that really had to be seen to be believed. The backdrop is ten or so karst mountains stunningly lit and surrounding a beautiful lake (all natural). Hundreds of performers take part in this show, whether it be from the lake's edge or on one of the 100 or so bamboo rafts and pontoons that float beautifully across ...

Standing Room Only

A travel blog entry by rikkitikkitaavi on Jan 25, 2007

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... many open seats so we grab the nearest bench we can and settle in for the long journey. Lance buys some awful wonton soup from a vendor on the platform, the dumplings have a thick rubbery texture and the broth tastes like it's mostly vinegar. Because the car is standing room only and there are no beds, passengers get off and on at every stop. This leads to a constant shifting of people, and with them comes their luggage, speech volumes, smoke, card games, alcohol ...

Back to China

A travel blog entry by sianandjim on Dec 19, 2006

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We took a city bus from the main square in Macau to the land border with China - it only took about twenty minutes to get there and the bus was packed with school children, office workers and people returning home with the days' shopping. We were surprised at how busy it was and so hurried to join the queue; though before we could on the Chinese side we were made to fill in health questionnaires. This wouldn't have seemed superfluous if everybody was made to do it - as it ...

Dragons Backbone rice terraces

A travel blog entry by leon1974 on Nov 11, 2006

1 comment, 5 photos

... huge bundles of sticks balanced on those milk maid type carriers across their shoulders. It looked like hard work. Some of them were eating berries, and they gave us some. I wouldn't normally eat a berry I didn't recognise,( my mum taught me not to) but all the villagers were eating them and they were yummy so we ate them, they were like a cross between a strawberry and a raspberry, also there were redcurrants. I heard a scary growling noise, at one point ...

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