International Noble Hotel

No.399 Yuejin North Road, Anyuan District, Pingxiang, Jiangxi, 337000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.399 Yuejin North Road, Anyuan District, Pingxiang.
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Travel Blogs from Pingxiang

Chapter 9 - Fireworks and Moon Cake

A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Sep 09, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... 30+ degree heat), I have been getting used to living in my own apartment. It doesn't quite feel like home yet but I am getting there slowly but surely.

I am even getting used to the constant humidity and hot food. According to one of the teachers I work with, Changsha is known as "The City of Fire" due to the climate and the hot food. The flavors though are simply incredible. So much so it almost makes English food dull in comparison.

What I really ...

Chapter 8 - That Journey & First Impressions

A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Aug 28, 2014

3 comments, 24 photos

... a scene from an Indiana Jones movie, weaving through Beijing traffic at break neck speeds and taking illegal shortcuts.

Luckily we made it to the station with 10 minutes to spare and made it onto our train south. The journey itself was pleasant enough but cramped. A tiny compartment with 2 bunk beds of sorts. But at least they were comfortable though. I even managed to get some sleep which was a surprise. We arrived in Changsha at 07:55 the following ...

An unheralded appearance of Abelmoschus esculentus

A travel blog entry by ataritouchme on Oct 03, 2013

5 photos

... struggle. Four shoes (shower shoes and women's shoes) lay strewn about in front of the kiosk, and while there was a light on within, it appeared to be unstaffed. Newspapers and magazines were haphazardly stacked high on the front ledge, again indicating struggle. We peered over the stacks and saw a woman sitting on a squatty stool who looked very surprised to see us. We got our map for 5 kuai, but all I had was a twenty. She pulled up a nearly empty ...

Just a taste into my China Life! :)

A travel blog entry by travelsweetie11 on Nov 10, 2012

4 photos

... since it's getting pretty late, I'm just going to post a brief introduction about myself!

I was born in Korea and raised there until the age of 6 when my family decided to move to Nanjing, China. I grew up in China attending an international school; being influenced by the international culture a lot. Then just last year, my family had decided to move ...

Amazing Day

A travel blog entry by joankerk on Jun 22, 2011

6 comments, 5 photos

... than the other babies but was better soon.

We also found out that she has a son and daughter. The daughter is in Taiwain, the son in Pingxiang and has graduated from college and can speak great English.

The new orphanage director gave each family a picture of chairman Mao in a nice frame. Each child got a small US and a small Chinese flag. We then were escorted to see the children in the
orphanage. The healthy children are in ...