Huang Mei Villa Hotel

Address: No.9 Huxin Middle Road, Anqing, Anhui, 246002, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Yingjiang District area of Anqing.
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Travel Blogs from Anqing

Let's Meet the Master Jade Carver

A travel blog entry by cmcmullen on May 10, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... The Chinese definitely make delicious vegetables. We had more spicy cauliflower, fried mushrooms, steamed cabbage (so good!), and this fried corn dish that they put sprinkles on. It was funny.

On a final note: we managed to clog this toilet too. I don't think they were designed for any toilet paper... which would make sense because it barely exists in China. So many bathroom struggles.


Suicidal swimming (and sleeping)

A travel blog entry by frisbeemoose on Jul 26, 2012

5 photos

... also going to load some pictures of people sleeping. One thing I've always admired in Asia is how quickly and easily locals can fall asleep. Here in China, it's not so much the ability to fall asleep on trains, planes and the like as simply the fact that they sleep anywhere and everywhere. Thus, in wandering around Tunxi in particular, I snapped off a few shots of people sleeping in unusual places which I thought were interesting.

Paper work

A travel blog entry by ssfahring on Jul 04, 2009

... to get down ON the 4th, so we felt very fortunate.

We were able to eat at our favourite restaurants before we headed on out. We also got to meet up with Kensie and Scott for a little while. Both certainly made it worthwhile and we did get to say goodbye to the down we had called home for a ...

Monks on Motorcycles

A travel blog entry by ssfahring on May 18, 2009

19 photos

This year 28 May is Dragon Boat Festival for the Chinese. This is a very special festival for many reasons. Last year they changed around the holidays a little and Dragon Boat Festival is now a national holiday, so it has become more popular to celebrate it again. The story behind it is about Qu Yuan. He was a loyal political advisor ...

Back to work again

A travel blog entry by ssfahring on Mar 08, 2009

20 photos

... and split pants. This kid is probably wearing three or four layers of clothes or more. Traditionally this can be done between National Day (1 October) to Labour Day (1 May). Many of our students ask if we are cold when it is 25 degrees (75 degrees) in April and we are wearing a t-shirt. We were also able to go over to a new friends', Erna and Dagwin, home for dinner. They own two birds and one was and loved ...