Jinxiu Fenghuang International Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Dep Chongqing 2nd July 23:58 Arr Huaihua 3rd July 20:00 The carriage bustles for an hour before gradually people start to doze. In the hard seats however, sleep is hard to come by. Some slump on the table, head in the crook of a folded arm, while others contort like abandoned marionettes. I merely sit straight-backed and close my eyes. The fluorescent lights stay on all night. I come to at 04:00 to find we've stopped. We barely move for the next six hours. The delays ...
... rice, soaked in duck's blood so that it sticks together in a block. According to Susan, it is a local by dish offered by peasants as they don't have a lot of money so when they kill the duck, every part of it is used. As most towns don't use the blood, they created "Blood Duck" as a special dish which they offer to special guests. I have to say it didn't look too appetizing but like most foods in China, looks can be deceiving (except for stinky tofu, that will always ...
... sheer weirdness. In the daytime the town looked totally different, with the river being dug up by loads of diggers. I don't think I've been to one Chinese town that doesn't have a **** load of building work going on. There were also loads of cute old ladies that I kept trying to get sneaky creepy pics ...
... took away from truly seeing the culture of the village. After the village and lunch we ventured to the South Great Wall. This is not the southern part of the Great Wall but an entirely different wall. It was built in 1554 and completed in 1662 and is a total of 191 kilometres long. We trekked to the top and around part of it before heading back to Fenghuang. We luckily arrived back to the hotel about 20 minutes before we had torrential downpour and major thunderstorms for a few ...
... photo, being a foreigner, including here. Therefore, as the night wore on, I decided to just start photobombing people. It was so much more fun this way and the Chinese people loved it. We found a quaint restaurant for dinner and despite the zero English spoken there, I managed to use my limited Chinese and a paper I had from my tour guide with a few words in Chinese on it, to order dinner for ...
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