Moxi Hotel

Address: Near Gas Station, Moxi Ancient Town, Luding County, Sichuan, 626100, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Near Gas Station, Moxi Ancient Town, Luding County.
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Travel Blogs from Luding County

Trucks, trucks and more trucks

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 07, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... detour, SG reassures AG that today will be a relatively short day for the driver. So we decide to first visit a garage in Kangding for the truck to have its next 5000 km service, allbeit a little prematurely. With the road conditions and quality of diesel that the truck is having to endure, early is better. During the hour we are there road conditions suddenly change. A traffic jam develops in both directions. It is Mid Autumn Festival, a 3 day weekend for the Chinese ...

Watch Towers of Danba Region

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 06, 2014

8 photos

... Not true - it's just layers of other clothing underneath.

*The lady of the house mentions several times that she has ' mei you wen hua'. This literally translates 'no culture' but what she means is that she never went to school. As already mentioned she is same age as SG and their lives could not have been more different. SG asks if she feels she has had a happy life despite her lack of education and fortunately she has. She is illiterate and nowadays that must be a ...

Tibetan Chinese Home Stay

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 05, 2014

9 photos

... phones. There appears to be a total disregard of the law prohibiting the use of mobile phones whilst driving.

*We also suspect that the incense that is burnt continually in monasteries has a distinctly narcotic effect on the monks. Put them in control of a 4 wheel drive car and they are transformed characters. AG has had a few 'incidences' with monk drivers.

*Along much of the route there is evidence of serious rock fall problems. Sometimes half the road ...


A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Sep 06, 2011

3 photos

... doubt Kansas was left far behind and I was in a very different world. The temperature is lower, the faces darker and ruddy, the painted buildings more like the colourful detailing of Tibetan themes, and a noticeable shortness of breath from an increase in elevation. And this is just the start!

The hotel is cheap and is a must-stay for backpackers On the wall, there is the logo of the International Hostel Federation. I am in a fourth-floor walk-up. This building ...

Crazy chinese beer seller

A travel blog entry by kai.berlick on Aug 12, 2010

6 photos

... to know if we would like to buy some cold beer. Yes please! And then while we enjoyed our beers he came up again making a big fuss and trying to talk to people who clearly had no clue what he was saying, before we sent him off to Leon again. This time he was just trying to offer us some free cigarettes and get a light for his own one... even his friends were laughing at him by how.

Once the road ahead finally cleared we got back aboard drove through ...