Jinlu Hotel

Address: Jiangjun Bridge, Kangding, Sichuan, 626000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jiangjun Bridge, Kangding.
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    Travel Blogs from Kangding

    Tips and Tricks for Surviving Asian Countries...

    A travel blog entry by karsenault on Dec 04, 2014


    ... re still using archaic systems), you can put a certain amount of money on the card and then when you run out, you can put some more on. You swipe to get into the station and then you swipe when you leave, which is how they calculate the cost depending on the distance. Seriously, everywhere I've been except Calgary (and Toronto actually), they have this system and have for years. It's genius - you're only paying for what you're using! - Most signs have English letters above ...


    A travel blog entry by karsenault on Dec 03, 2014


    ... it impossible to go outside without a space suit. ON THAT DEPRESSING NOTE.....ahem. Moving on. Tibetans call themselves "Indians" - I found that interesting. There are "indians" in every country it seems. The altitude up here is...high.... (I can't google it, no internet atm but you can once you read this!) and the elements are harsh. I can see why all the cute little kids running around have such ruddy cheeks and Tibetans are so much darker than Han Chinese. They ...

    The Return to China

    A travel blog entry by scroggins on Oct 03, 2014

    5 photos

    ... to the ‘Black Tent’, despite having slept in a nomadic black tent only that week.

    For our last couple of days up in the murky depths of the Tibetan plateau, Jeff and I were going to use our new tent for a two day trek via a hot spring. Before we set off, we made the mistake of popping into Himalayan Coffee for one of their delicious cups of fresh coffee. I asked a member of staff, who was perhaps the ...

    Trucks, trucks and more trucks

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 07, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... conclude that he has never overtaken so many trucks.

    *The army truck drivers have been well trained and they drive giving correct signals, at an appropriate speed and with respect for other road users. Shame the same cannot be said about most of the other drivers on the road.

    *So the Chinese army, or at least part of it is on the move. There is no national service in China - it is not required. Recruitment into the armed forces is not a problem. It is ...

    To Kangding, then back the way I came

    A travel blog entry by meltin4 on Aug 12, 2012

    ... hope that they do not know what they are about to face before they do it. Just one stretch in between bends would be enough to make me get off my bike, sit down, and need a long rest. And if I knew there was more than one, much, much more than one, then I quite possibly would have either turned back or tried to hitch a ride. I don’t ...