Jing Teng Li Wan Hotel

Between Dalian Road And Beijing Road, Huichuan District, Zunyi City, Guizhou, 563000, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Zunyi City

Breakfast This Tuesday

A travel blog entry by darrenzi

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... in their deep-fried fare (which, you’d think, might have smelled like carnival food; unfortunately, it will just smell like hot greasy oil, minus the sweet essences of corn dogs). Young people, the ones who actually do keep the women in business, will shout “hi” and “hello.” I will turn and wave, assuming their out-of-place English words are directed at me. A few will be my students who know me by name—though, out of the ...

Scissors, Papers, Stones

A travel blog entry by darrenzi

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... br> I met Luis at the orientation for new foreign English teachers, held at Yangshuo -- a major tourist city in China. (At Yangshuo there are big limestone hilly-mountains, which are really more like spires. Just watch the movie trailer for Kung-Fu Panda and you'll get the idea.) New teachers meet at Yangshuo because the town is very touristy, with lots of locals who know basic English, a substantial number of English speaking travellers, and an abundance of Western food (to calm ...

The Assassin from Apricot City

A travel blog entry by darrenzi

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... that they are my favourite and could become my undoing. With the moon cakes, everyone shares bites with friends to symbolize community and completion, I am pretty sure on account of their round, circle shape.

That is all for my update. Thank you for reading, everybody, or anybody.

L'Chaim!

P.S. The one picture is from a traditional Chinese garden that I visited with some Chinese English teachers; it was from another story altogether. So, to be continued... I guess
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"Teacher, take photo with me!"

A travel blog entry by darrenzi

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... up. Our classes always have a teacher, so if there is a teacher in the class, I avoid it. Touch luck for you. But at least your water is not off every second day (like mine) and your food shops don't smell, I hope (unlike mine, which stink something fierce), and, you know, the rest of a bunch of sh*t that goes down here but not there. But then, I guess the best stories come from some of the oddest places. So it's not all bad that I am here in ...

A Mighty Fortress

A travel blog entry by ataritouchme

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... Dynasty (1368-1644) troops who were on a mission to consolidate Ming power. Reports vary of how it all happened, but it's certain that heaps of people died. It makes sense--it would not be easily taken, perched as it is atop the mountains. It's quite a climb to the top, and I was lucky to do it on an overcast day so as not to completely exhaust myself. A lot of the fortress has ruined away, but plenty of it still stands and it's definitely worth the meager 12RMB entry fee. ...

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This hotel is located on Between Dalian Road And Beijing Road, Huichuan District, Zunyi City.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Jing Teng Li Wan Hotel Zunyi City

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good