Jinhe Kailong Hotel
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... have seat covers which hide the seat belts, and the drivers seem to take it as a criticism when when one wants to strap in. Given that we would be doing over 180 km including a lot of motorway, I wanted belts! We got lucky with the weather - it was a glorious sunny day, and the rain seemed to have washed all of the sulphurous fumes from the Shanxi coal burning industry out of the air. It was cool and pleasant. Having said that, we passed a monster of a power station spewing ...
... 8211; you have to show them the
moneyyyy!! A budget of 50€/day is not really the thing I expected... let’s seehow
far I get!
Hmmm what else;eijing looked less polluted as I thought as I had days with
clear blue skies. Everybody has a smartphone, the bigger the better. Chinese
people have not really been spoiled by God when they got created as there are
extremely little beautiful people.Chinese men are taller than the image ...
... the four of us standing in the middle of the carriage, we caused quite a stir and much attention was directed at us – whether it was phones for taking pictures, to open mouth starring or even an attempt at conversation, we were definitely providing the entertainment on this journey. But within half an our we were generously offered seats, which we profusely declined – why should they have to stand so that we could sit...and some of these ...
... which is 17 metres (Chinese tourist attractions love to give the height of every artifact, size matters). In short, it is a very impressive natural sight that has probably been free to visit for most of its existence. However, its tourist potential has turned it recently into a day-long attraction by building an accompanying visitor centre about Buddhism - using the latest technology in the displays including a green screen ...
... culture and history, but also their endeavours in preserving and extending the area with a massive man-made lake (still frozen even though the temperature's 16C)and gardens around the actual grottoes. It was also interesting to see a part of the Great Wall above the grottoes - very different to the usual pictures of the Wall.
Not many Western tourists at the site, but lots of Chinese wanting to have their photos taken with us. ...