Huangqiao Hotel

Address: Around Luding Bridge, Center Square, Luding County, Sichuan, 626100, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Around Luding Bridge, Center Square, Luding County.
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Travel Blogs from Luding County

Trucks, trucks and more trucks

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 07, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... the scenery. SG goes to have chat and requests a photo with them. They are all in their 30's and headed to Kangding on monastic business - whatever that is.

*There is also a group of workers chiselling Tibetan script into pieces of slate. The slate is then polished, washed and painted. The finished products are stacked for sale. Presumably business will be good because this is a particular auspicious place for Tibetan Buddhists. It's always wonderful to see craftsmen ...

Watch Towers of Danba Region

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 06, 2014

8 photos

... The scenery from this altitude is stunning and the village wonderfully peaceful. No lorries could possibly access here and only a few of the locals will actually own their own car. We should have perhaps travelled by taxi instead of in the large, heavy Landcruiser.

*We walk around for a good hour just soaking in the atmosphere.

* There are some signs that some of the locals would like to benefit from China's tourist boom. We meet a mother and daughter ...

Spontaneity is fun!

A travel blog entry by rednosefg on Nov 08, 2013

... the glacier. All was going well, despite the sheer drops, hair pin bends, partially constructed roads, plenty of cement mixers to share the poorly constructed roads with and a driver who would have made a great F1 driver! I was feeling only marginally safer than yesterdays journey! Suddenly we stopped on a steep bend an were told to get off the bus. Eventually it turned out that a cement mixer was blocking the way and we couldn't move until it ...


A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Sep 06, 2011

3 photos

... know what to do as they dance to the music coming from public address speakers.

Moving in intricate steps with curious foot movements and hand gestures, the ring keeps rotating around the square. What a moving and fascinating introduction to this part of China. The music still rings in my head as I draw up my legs to fit the length of my legs under the covers. Tomorrow I have hired a car that will go much higher and pass some spectacular sights on the way.


Journey to the West - VI

A travel blog entry by grizzly on Oct 27, 2009

1 comment, 12 photos

... visited Yading in 1928. Awed by the sacred snowy peaks, he wrote and took photographs for an article entitled ``Konka Risumgongba, Holy Mountain of the Outlaws,'' published in National Geographic in July of 1931. ``The Shenrezig peak resembles a huge white throne, such as Living Buddhas use when meditating -- a worthy seat for a Tibetan deity!'' wrote Rock. ``In a cloudless sky before me rose the peerless pyramid of Jambeyang, the ...