Hulejia Hotel

Address: No.58 Xinhua West Road, Yining, Xinjiang Uygur, 835000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.58 Xinhua West Road, Yining.
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Travel Blogs from Yining

Symbolism and Bagua

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 15, 2015

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... perfect, because they are not flat. There is an angle to lift your head. It makes laying on your side suboptimal for people my length. But hey, it's all for adventure. Outside the countryside of China slides by... Observation: - chinese toilet paper is strong, multi-layered, but poorly perforated. Whenever i try to tear a piece, each layer tears on its own, and I am left with a wad of basically unusable shreds. - many public toilets in this area, have stalls, ...

A Daoist town

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 14, 2015

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Test9/14 ~ limited internet Hard rain last night, and heavy overcast now. Puddles in the streets. We have a slow start and a late breakfast at the hotel. What is a bit tricky, is the fact that all of China has one time zone. Normally, it would have five. Local regions adapt by starting work later or earlier than 8 o'clock. We found that in Xinchiang people subtract 2 hours from the official time. But not always... Yesterday's ...

The Khazak border

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 13, 2015

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... is only 40 yuan. The other passengers are dropped at their destination, and we continue into a beautiful valley. A milky glacier stream gushes past us. We are told it originates in Kazakhstan, flows into China, reverses course and ultimately flows back to Kazakhstan. Entering the valley costs 180 yuan, but our driver enters a small road between some houses, winds his way among cows and potholes until he leaves the village and ends up on a narrow mountain road that ...

Bandit about - lock down at Kazakstan border

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Aug 17, 2012

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Well, hard to believe that we are now out of China - what a change. Where did all the people go to. Overall I really enjoyed China and could quite easily live in the country to be honest. Can thoroughly recommend it as a place to ...

Dodgy, Dodgy, Dodgy exit from China

A travel blog entry by timshazz on Jun 27, 2012

... and help us buy a ticket. When he finally understood where we wanted to go ( a few more puzzled Pakistan??? No Kazakhstan’s!!) he made a few phone calls and then took Tim up the road (quite close to where I had found the other bus) to buy tickets.

If it looks dodgy, smells dodgy, sounds dodgy and feels dodgy it probably is. The ramshackle buses were out the back of some run down buildings in what appeared to be a police car park. Hmmm. The bedding in the ...