Sheraton Guiyang Hotel
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... any guides I had didn't use one. - Bartering - Especially in markets and with street vendors it is possible to barter. Some people will try to rip you off so make sure you try to get the price down. You should not have to pay ¥10 to ¥15 when you should be paying ¥3 to ¥5. - Street food - some people say stay away from street food. Nevertheless, I was selective what street food I did eat and often these were some of the best, most inexpressive meals I had ...
... there are still few tourists to be seen. Therefore, upon visiting these villages, such as Qinman, Shiqiao, and Boji, you are treated to the hospitable nature of the Miao people and how they live their daily lives just as they have years and years ago.
Although it could be argued that the ancient village is touristy, it does not have the amusement park feel of Lijiang. Instead, the village has beautiful buildings built ...
... Guizhou province as a symbol and landmark for the province. It sits on a naturally turtle-shaped rock in the Nanming River. Again although picturesque, this is another site that does not need to be added to your list to visit other than stopping to take a photo. We also went to Cuiwei gardens that was beside the tower but there was nothing really to see as it is now mainly a ...
... me who wanted to practice his English. His English was excellent. He had worked one year in the UN peace core in Haiti and then had been a policeman for nine years and now worked doing private security consulting. When it did come time for the meal, I now understood why the flight attendant had said to call her. There was a few choices. Nevertheless, the gentleman beside me helped and I managed to get a tasty lunch of beef and noodles. The last flight of the day was from Chengdu ...
After our morning routine, breakfast, exercises and briefing, we head out to see a dance performance at in the Laysan tribe at Lang Tek Sang Cai. After lunch we visit the 600 year old Buddhist temple Cen Yuen Tze in Tang Village. We stay in this old city for dinner and see some sellers making peanut candy. Tonight we sleep in Tong Ren.