Jinhuang Hotel Zhongshan

Address: No.42 Wenchang Road, Sanxiang Town, Zhongshan, Guangdong, 528463, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.42 Wenchang Road, Sanxiang Town, Zhongshan.
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      This is our feeling

      A travel blog entry by peterkuaiun on Mar 02, 2014


      In this trip, I felt very funny because there were a lot of my first time! Like travelling with classmates, we travelled to so many viewpoint, some places like The Taipa Houses-Museum was my first time to visit, and then there was my first time rode the bicycle with classmates.


      After a day trip , I feel very interesting and tired . We ...

      The British are coming

      A travel blog entry by itbe_annemarie on Sep 15, 2013

      1 comment

      ... go out with a pack of hound dogs and hunt foxes. Its in quite a brutal manner. He enjoys going out to stop those hunts. He is a fun person to have a good chat with.
      Sarah, Sarah is Scottish. She is a super cute girl I didn't get to know to much about her. But I cant wait to.
      Last but deff not least. Rory, Rory is from London. He is half Irish. The very middle of the beautiful town. He is also a teacher for Bond. He is 19 and his mother is an artist. ...

      The House of Dancing Water in Macau

      A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Feb 02, 2013

      29 photos

      ... the genius that is Franco Dragone and his $2 billion HK dollar production!


      The show was completely out of this world and the seats were amazing. It was a really dramatic show with pirates, ship wrecks, world class ballet and acrabatics that would shame Cirque Du Soleil. It was amazing. The ...

      To Scale, or Not To Scale

      A travel blog entry by gadelle on Dec 26, 2012

      56 photos

      ... without an egg tart -- and admiring the colonial architecture.

      Normally, I have a pretty good sense of direction, and have no trouble following maps. Thus it came as something of a surprise when I realised that I had somehow led us astray, and we were not where I thought we should be in relation to the map. Perhaps Macau exists on a slightly different plane from the rest of the world? At any rate, this meant that we did not see the ruins of ...

      Thailand Times

      A travel blog entry by tis on Mar 13, 2012

      1 comment, 3 photos

      Day 2 for group 3 was an adventure to Mae Taeng Valley for an environmental service project. The students gained much experience using tools like weed cutters, hoe, and other planting tools. The community service project aim is to help grow vegetables and fruits for the elephants. The students hung out in the river while waiting for lunch time. The second half of the project was educational where the students learned the difference between a dry fruit ...