Jinxiang Hotel

Address: No.3 Leping East Street, Louxing District, Loudi, Hunan, 417000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.3 Leping East Street, Louxing District, Loudi.
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    Chapter 34 - Mystic Mountains and Fond Farewells

    A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Apr 09, 2015

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    ... almost tearful) goodbye. When I did hand Oscar over to Michael, I only just managed to hold myself together. I accepted defeat with dignity but I hope I never have to go through that again. I know he has gone to a good home though and for that I am happy at least.

    Despite the gloomy impression I must be giving you reading this, March has not been completely horrendous. Quite the opposite in fact. I have even started to learn Chinese. For someone who will ...

    A month to go...

    A travel blog entry by tony.wong on May 25, 2010

    ... of chairs. Seriously, the stools were about 3/4 the size of a coke bottle. It seems like tiny stools are the standard seating choice for poor Chinese areas. Though she overcharged us a little (still incredibly cheap by American currency), the meal was great the woman was even better.

    With full stomachs, we set out on the second half of the hike. Again, we went up long staircases and through streams, all the while taking frequent rests to respect ...

    Looking towards home

    A travel blog entry by tony.wong on Apr 13, 2010

    ... incentive to go there. We visited the campus two weeks ago; it's nice, much nicer than Loudi's campus. Although it's around 20-30 minutes from the city center by bus, the campus is large and well put together.

    On top of trying to sort out what our plans will be for next year, we're trying to cleanly cut ourselves away from Loudi without too many loose ends. We're subtly stopping teaching at the ...

    New Classes Begin!

    A travel blog entry by tony.wong on Mar 15, 2010


    ... Chengdu was coming down to visit. That night we went out to a good bar with an absolute ton of foreigners...about 10. That may not sound like a lot to you but when you live in a town of 4 million that only has 4 foreigners, 10 is a massive crowd. We had a great time and met some interesting people. It's surprising how many different reasons foreigners have found to move to China. Maybe using the word "foreigner" sounds a bit ...

    Fenghuang - real China

    A travel blog entry by ashinway on Oct 22, 2007

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    Words can not describe this place - the best description would be the 3rd Pirates of the Carribeen film. Stilt houses and the people are so freindly. Mainly Chinese i was the only westerner that i saw. This place is hidden up in the mountains. The poor people here probably have never been on a bus as half the bus were getting sick. I was the water dispenser for the bus. ...