Jiangwan Hotel

Address: No.17 Jiangnan West Road, Jinchengjiang District, Hechi, Guangxi Zhuang, 547001, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.17 Jiangnan West Road, Jinchengjiang District, Hechi.
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        Travel Blogs from Hechi

        Ten days to Hong Kong: part seven

        A travel blog entry by edbaxter on Jul 07, 2015

        7 photos

        Dep Zhangjiajie 6th July 17:26 arr Liuzhou 7th July 04:57 "That looks like baby food." It takes this rather direct assessment of my hitherto champion traveller's breakfast to break the ice in Liuzhou station. Casting a critical eye over my admittedly uncoordinated attempts to assemble milky banana porridge in a public waiting room is a Chinese teacher of English. She expresses her envy upon hearing my itinerary. "I could only dream of doing this. You are like a leaf," she ...

        Leave One Home for Another

        A travel blog entry by jjessee on Dec 15, 2013

        4 comments, 12 photos

        Gene and I left Liuzhou this morning at 8:00am. We took the school's shuttle van to the bus station. Jenny and Lily rode over with us. At the station we were met by Patrick, Daphne, Belinda, Lewis, Lisa and John. We got lots of hugs and waves goodbye. We took the bus to the Guilin Airport to fly to Guangzhou. The ride took 2 1/2 hours. Our flight left at 2:30pm and we were there at 3:30pm. It took us an hour to check in, then we got something to eat. I had a little bit ...

        Teaching Yizhong Number 1 Middle School

        A travel blog entry by thecollarheaths on Jun 18, 2013

        19 photos

        ... and I'd even go as far as to say I've taken the drama in some classes a little too far. I am perhaps over confident now!

        The students are (mostly) lovely, there are more than a few who would rather just be asleep. Including some who actually do just sleep, but the ones who want to listen make it all worthwhile.

        We've seen a great improvement in their confidence since we've been here and after all that was our ...

        Everyday observations of my new city.

        A travel blog entry by albarnes on Jun 26, 2012

        1 comment, 15 photos

        ... reeked of Anise and other Chinese spices which taste like ass when mixed into a gumbo, or anything else for that matter. Italian spice sense = GOOD, Middle Eastern Spices and usage = GOOD, Spices from India = GOOD, Chinese understanding and use of spices = WTF!!!! NEVER have I eaten something here that is spiced correctly. I have had plenty of delicious food in China, but never due to the spice selection, it's due to ...


        A travel blog entry by kimandrob on Jan 26, 2008

        5 photos

        The train trip to Luoyang was an experience in itself. It is at Chinese train stations that you realise that 1.3 billion people is a lot of people and no public transport system could ever cope with such a demand. You are lined up in human style cattle pens with the other 500 or so people that are just trying to catch that train at that particular station! Once aboard we caused great fascination, in particular Kim reading her book who was ...