Liuzhou Jingdu Hotel

Address: No.40 Yuejin Road, Liunan District, Liuzhou, Guangxi Zhuang, 545001, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.40 Yuejin Road, Liunan District, Liuzhou.
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Travel Blogs from Liuzhou

Getting Ready to Head Back Home

A travel blog entry by jjessee on Dec 14, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

... we could meet her parents. Her father is 81 and her mother is 79. They only speak Chinese so Jenny translated. First we got sauces for our food and then came back to the table. The food was very colorful with orange, green and white noodles, lettuce, meats, fish and vegetables. They all were uncooked so we cooked them in our individual hot pots. This is a fun way to eat, talk and enjoy each other's company. Her daughter Mindy was there, her nephew and Chris, ...

The Biggest Open Market

A travel blog entry by gjessee on Dec 08, 2013

16 photos

... most beautiful whistle. It sounded just like an instrument. Some people are gifted with this ability; Mr Bear II was one, Glenn Yarborough, of the Limelighters, was another. Later, I found out Mr Bear II was also a musician that played stringed instruments. When Mr Bear I and II meet they found out that they had much more in common than their names.

Later in the morning, we went on a trip to the largest open market in Liuzhou and also the largest open market I ...

Grammar is Well Taught in China

A travel blog entry by jjessee on Dec 02, 2013

3 comments, 11 photos

... and then they can ask me questions on any subject they want. I hope to get more dialogue out of the students in this lesson. Well I did not get a lot of dialogue out of the students today. They still don't like to volunteer to speak in class or to ask questions. They did tell me subjects they take in class, which are pretty much the same as students in American high schools, except for Chinese. The students told me they don't have time ...

From Gray to Red

A travel blog entry by jjessee on Nov 23, 2013

2 comments, 13 photos

... massage parlor and the lights were still out. She said the employees all went home, so no massage today. At the hairdresser's Jenny explained to the guy who was doing my hair, we did not know his English name, that I wanted my hair lighter. My hair has different shades of color in it, so Jenny showed a lighter piece of my hair and told him this color. He said he couldn't do this because the lighter color would not cover the gray. I don't understand ...

Hello Springfield

A travel blog entry by gjessee on Nov 18, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

... to understand me in just about every class and more and more of them are coming up to me, wanting to speak English.

After class, one student came up to me and told me she would like to visit a Masai village someday. I told her that you have to have dreams. If she wanted to go badly enough, someday I'll bet she will go. Twelve years ago, if someone told me I would go to China, I would have seriously doubted them and now I have gone five times. You never know about ...