Jing Teng Li Wan Hotel

Address: Between Dalian Road And Beijing Road, Huichuan District, Zunyi City, Guizhou, 563000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Between Dalian Road And Beijing Road, Huichuan District, Zunyi City.
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    Travel Blogs from Zunyi City

    Wedding Day - I'm the vicar!

    A travel blog entry by geofw on Oct 10, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... and although there are some speeches, they are generally not long. It’s all quite noisy and a little smoky because many guests – mainly men – smoke. As the guests enjoy their meal, the couple go round the tables with some liquor in the tiniest of cups to drink a toast with all at the table. It seems they don’t get time to eat. After the meal, people disappear quickly, there’s no hanging around for a party because ...

    Kindergarten disappointment

    A travel blog entry by geofw on Sep 16, 2014

    1 photo

    ... four lessons without a break, then her wanting me to go into another class of three year olds. Perhaps that was my fault, I did overrun the time for each lesson so there was no time for a break in between each. Also I had expressed my discontent for teaching a fifth class when only four were previously agreed.

    What is curious, I think she seemed to like me. We had lunch after each morning session and she was keen to learn ...

    Kindergarten teaching

    A travel blog entry by geofw on Sep 11, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... 8217; they really struggled with, especially the latter – many added an extra sound after the ‘d’. Anyway, I pressed on.

    I’m actually quite glad the TV could not show my ppt; using the brightly coloured blocks was really good, very interactive for the kids. What’s more, finding different ways to use them was a spontaneous challenge. The lesson was supposed to only be twenty minutes but I overran by at least ...

    Changing world

    A travel blog entry by geofw on Sep 06, 2014

    5 photos

    ... had a call of nature so went to an adjacent building. As I stood doing what I needed, a loud boom startled me. I looked around out of the open window to see a pall of dust fill the air. As it settled, I could see a small hill where part of it had been blown away, the rock face bare red with heavy cracks. Some of the rocks still hung in angular chunks and above, a man started walking, seemingly unconcerned it might fall away from under him. This is construction China ...

    China's progress and automated parking.

    A travel blog entry by geofw on Aug 02, 2014

    ... floor of the car park but said nothing. Tina then approached what looked like a garage door and then swiped a card on an electronic reader; she then stepped back and we joined the other assembled people. There were two such doors and it was not long before one opened, the door sliding upwards. Inside was a car, some people approached, went inside and collected their car. This was a car elevator. Somewhere below, the cars were somehow stored and brought to where we were waiting. ...