Jinton Business Hotel Yulin Chengzhan

Address: No.57 Chengzhan Road, Yulin, Guangxi Zhuang, 537000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.57 Chengzhan Road, Yulin.
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Travel Blogs from Yulin

Climbing up the Dragon's Back!

A travel blog entry by 2013 on May 25, 2013

47 photos

... women offered to carry your backpack or daypack in bamboo baskets attached to their back, but as we were traveling lightly only staying overnight, most of us decided carry our own to packs. From the base of the village we had to ascend on foot, which seemed an easy task at this point, as the path was covered by bitumen, but we were soon to discover other wise. For those unable to walk there were sedan chairs available for hire, which two people in ...

Playing Games and Drinking Tea

A travel blog entry by madisonplantier on Feb 16, 2013

8 photos

... of both their children, being able to speak another language to such a high level! I know my parents would be as proud of me if they heard me speaking Chinese even half as well as they speak English. The hot pot was delicious and was followed up by a dessert of boiled sugar cane and water chestnuts, which was just as delicious. I know I talk about food a lot but seriously, English food is terrible and Chinese food is phenomenal so I think my taste buds have had a serious ...

XiShan 西山 or West Hill

A travel blog entry by madisonplantier on Feb 15, 2013

18 photos

... altars at least, Tank, Hope and I decided to go wander up the Mountain whilst the matchmaker did her good work.
The mountain was absolutely stunning. I went to this crazy Spring where I drank the 'milk water', which is water from the natural spring of the mountain. It tasted very pleasant but I can't say it was much different from bottled water. On our journey up through the mountain we saw a lot of statues and pagodas but sadly no more temples. ...

Going Back Down South Ya'll

A travel blog entry by madisonplantier on Feb 14, 2013


After my dubious encounter with the Chinese public transportation system I vowed that my journey to Yulin to see Jingmei would be accident free. That was a vow I was destined to break.
I decided to get a taxi to the bus station but, since the taxi driver didn't listen to me and just looked at my luggage, she promptly began driving me to the airport. It was only once we were half way there that I began screaming, in ...

My, what a big face you have

A travel blog entry by lostwhitegirl on Sep 04, 2010

1 comment, 5 photos

... puke we arrived at our destination. Chi Chan Fa Hua Temple.
The temple grounds were beautiful. I wasn't able to take any pictures. (I forgot my camera at the apartment.) The grounds were massive, we probably walked two miles that day. Lots of walking, lots of stairs.
Anna and I went on our own little adventure. We wandered off into the forest and found this beautiful little pagoda and shrine.
All in all. A very good ...