Jin Shan Hotel

Address: Chengguan Longshan, Pingtan District, Fuzhou, Fujian, 350400, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Chengguan Longshan, Pingtan District, Fuzhou.
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        Last day in Jiazhou

        A travel blog entry by donnaree01 on Sep 26, 2015

        ... me an apple as a gift! The local chinese people in this poor area are so amazingly kind and friendly!
        So it seems i just have to go and pack my bag and get ready for the adventure of a bus trip to the airport tomorrow (about 2 hours) and then the long haul home by Monday. Looking forward to downloading all my photos and sharing them with you soon. xx

        The end of a busy week!

        A travel blog entry by donnaree01 on Sep 25, 2015

        2 photos

        Well it seems to have gone very quickly this week! We have spent the day finalising the work we have done with some of the students. There are so many others that we didnt get to spend time with -the teachers all work hard to engage and teach the children but there is a big need for special equipment here! Many children have no wheelchairs or suitable walking aides especially the children with ...

        Pingtan National Scenic Zone and the Phallic Rocks

        A travel blog entry by julegig on Jul 18, 2015

        1 comment, 7 photos

        On Saturday, July 18th we packed the 14 Teacher Mod Squad into a small bus and headed south to Pan Ting Island which is a 3 hour ride from our hotel in Fuzhou.  If you see the map below and look in the upper right hand  corner you can see the title "Pingtan Island" which is a small island off the coast of China and is still located in Fujian Provence. <img width="290" height="281" class="yui-img" src="http://cdn.static-economist.com/si ...

        Same, Same, But WAY different

        A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Jul 17, 2015

        5 comments, 20 photos

        ... 8217;s a sense of order with what is happening…like a control from some invisible place. Which I think is the truth, here.

        There's a lot that feels the same, but oh my, so much that feels different.

        Buddhas and pagodas abound but are hidden in small parks amongst the skyscrapers and humungous apartment complexes. It looks like Coop City in the Bronx and goes on for miles. Yet, this small city of more than 10 ...

        Just catching up

        A travel blog entry by jsmartin on Dec 10, 2013

        ... Interestingly enough, Andrew commented that even though he had eaten a lot, he did not feel bloated. The food here is just.................

        The afternoon was taken up with a trip to a private (Invitation only) resort - not sure hew we got admitted. Of course this meant another fabulous meal followed by karaoke and a bottle of XO Brandy. Someone needs to tell them that you do not fill the glass when pouring brandy!