TripAdvisor Reviews Sanjiang Kanglegong Datong
Travel Blogs from Datong
... a chilli oil sauce. Wonderful contrast of the fresh, subtle marrow and the chilli. The dumplings are served in bamboo steamers and are beautifully decorative, the tops being finished off to look like flowers. Already full, we tempted ourselves to a local dessert, called ' like a bird's nest' - a dish of cold vermicelli flavoured with raw sugar. Not sure, but think made from millet flour. Delicious but, yes, we had eaten too much. Draft Snow Beer500ml (new, setting new lows ...
... on their wall of
3 Minutes of glory passed away and now we really set off to see the hanging
monastary, some 80kms outside of Datong. It took us about 1 1/2h to reach
there. According to the guidebook it should be one of the most spectacular
sites of China, but at first it didn’t really impressed me. It looked much
smaller than on the pictures I saw. However, the way it has been built (on
wooden stillts) is crazy and not for the ...
... was so busy! The last time we were in Asia, we purposely spend the first week of October in Japan to miss the holiday, but this time we couldn't avoid it - but at least we had our train tickets...hopefully we would find some accommodation for our time in Beijing! It really is a constant struggle of finding transport tickets and accommodation over and over and over again!
We got to the waiting room to walk onto the platform and it was all ...
... foreigner and spied a woman learning English, basically I bullied her into helping me, convinced her to ring the hotel and she eventually picked up all her stuff and took me to it. I would never have found it and the people have not been very helpful as yet. The hotel is on the main pedestrian street, which tonight is full of vendors and street food, but it's the same **** as every where else and I wouldn't eat street food here if I was starving, ...
... us pick out some cold dishes and some hot dishes. We then asked where was the meat, she replied that there was no meat. It was not a SUSHI restaurant but rather a Su Shi (vegetables - vegetarian) restaurant, it didn't quite help that the only English words were SUSHI and the rest of the restaurant's name was in Chinese characters.
We had a interesting lunch at the vegetarian restaurant and stuffed ourselves full of fake meat and plenty ...