Jinhe Kailong Hotel
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... We learned a great deal from him and I think he enjoyed practicing his English on us. As it turns out Shanxi is one of the poorest provinces in this part of China. Although he believes China's economy is improving, he considers China a developing country and believes it is just a developing country because of the foolish practices of its people. According to him (and I believe him) different people in China are charged according ...
... the occasional ice-cream (usually the few recognisable flavours are absent), I purchase nothing; Bronagh acquires nuts.
When we return to the butruck, anything up to a score of locals and/or Chinese passersby are gaping at it; if the Dragon and Monkey Kings appeared in the flesh, Confucius re-incarnate between them, they could not gape more gapily. Most are brandishing that ubiquitous scourge of mindfulness, the camera phone. This scenario recurs any time the ...
... drunk playing kings cup with you and passes out on your bed…
As this is really my first time travelling 100% alone, and as Mongolia and Russia are the places I feel least confident travelling by myself in, I think it's an acceptable deviation from the eurorail journey I have planned.
There are 13 in our group, too many to all fit in the 4 person cabins so our first night I am in a 4 person ...
... 1500 years, but some of it was still in amazing condition. It was really beautiful work. I don't think I can describe it any better than the photos so I'll leave the rest to them..! The second place we visited from Datong was a hanging monastery, a pretty bizarre but very impressive little temple stuck on the side of a cliff! It's really small and doesn't seem to be used by monks any more as it was packed with tourists, but was very different to all the other temples ...
... laundry on the pavement are all being knocked down and replaced by new pedestrianised wide avenues flanked by traditional looking Chinese buildings - although we had a cool view of the ramshackle old town from our hostel window. Once finished these will host shops, high end restaurants, museums and anything else to cater to tourists desires. While Europe is cutting drastically in public spending, China does not lack ...