Shi Ji Yuan Hotel

No.3 Haibei Street, Haibowan District, Wuhai, Inner Mongolia, 016000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.3 Haibei Street, Haibowan District, Wuhai.
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Travel Blogs from Wuhai

On the run...

A travel blog entry by goinggong on Jan 29, 2014

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... wonderful experiences can go tits-up in less that 24 hours. From a blissful morning of preparing yourself for the next leg of our Chinese adventure, to hailing down a taxi and and throwing in wherever you managed to get out of the apartment and 'hauling ass' to the airport to avoid having to hand your passport in to the authorities. The drive over to the airport was harrowing, every cop car that we passed had the lights flashing ...

Trifling with bras

A travel blog entry by goinggong on Jan 22, 2014

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... in his early 20s sauntered onto the stage making his way to the strippers pole. For the next 5 mins we were entertained by a dude clambering up a strip pole and corkscrewing down again, doing the splits and levitating half naked. All the while Chinese girls were trying to grab our arm and get us to go into the back room.... I don't remember much more that that, other than waking up early ( with a blinding hangover) the next morning to give the exam to my Chinese classes. Like I said ...

At last

A travel blog entry by goinggong on Sep 29, 2013

... to the local hang outs, not that I'm complaining, Yinchuan has things to offer but they can become a bit monotones. The night markets are great and a real experience, the 'expat type' bars are friendly and the staff remember you and what you drink and the bars that the locals go to are always a great vibe. The night started off with an invitation to a friend of a friends house for a celebration dinner and to meet some locals. Dinner would be at a real Chinese persons house and ...

The Western Xia Tombs & overnight train to Hoh

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Sep 12, 2013

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... building was in the style of a typical multi-eaved Buddhist pagoda standing tens of metres high, although much of it was now crumbling away. To get back to town we negotiated a private car to the train station, where we took the local bus to the centre. Here we spent a good hour trying to locate a recommended pizza restaurant only to find it was closed down! With pizza on our minds we decided to go for Pizza Hut instead, where we relaxed for a good few hours. ...

Surreal day of boat, horse, camel & tractor ri

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Sep 11, 2013

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... which we padded out with some stir fried veg and rice. After lunch we taxied to the North bus station only to find there were no busses heading to Shǔi Dòng Gōu, so instead we decided to get a taxi on the meter. After a bumpy half an hour, including a considerable amount of driving on a mud road in a building site, we reached the archaeological area, which was right on the boarder with Inner Mongolia. We then had a prolonged discussion with the ticket girls ...