Southwest Hotel

Address: Yingfeng Middle Road, Hecheng District, Huaihua, Hunan, 418000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Yingfeng Middle Road, Hecheng District, Huaihua.
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    Travel Blogs from Huaihua

    Ten days to Hong Kong: part three

    A travel blog entry by edbaxter on Jul 04, 2015

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    Across the station square there is a hotel that will, with much pointing at set Chinese phrases from my guide book, put me up in an en suite room for £15. There's also a set of stalls outside selling squid on skewers among other things, which I visit for dinner. A 09:00 train seems achievable, I consider as I set my alarm and switch off the light... ...only to switch it back on at 08:47 the next morning! Work brain intervenes and suddenly I am out of bed and ...

    Tranen met tuiten

    A travel blog entry by janjoost on Jan 04, 2014

    "Dear Mr. Joost,
    Thank you very much for your enthusiastic
    participation.However,Considering that Three Shadows Photography Award has been
    settled for selecting outstanding contemperary Chinese Photographers,we are
    really sorry to tell that you ...

    The Mysteries of Xiangxi

    A travel blog entry by chan_hc on May 11, 2012

    6 photos

    ... keep away; and the corpses would hop stiffly behind him in a line. The legend of "Herding the Corpses in Xiangxi (湘西趕屍)" is well known all over China and it is impossible to determine how much of it is based on facts. All the facts about it are obscured by layers of thick mist caused by the region's isolation to the rest of China, forgotten history and lack of accurate documentation.

    While I have not seen any corpse hopping around – yet, I did ...

    Overnighting in Huaihua

    A travel blog entry by unstuck on Nov 17, 2011

    2 photos

    ... going to Huaihua. We gladly nodded our heads and hopped on the bus. The three hour bus drive might have been driven by our craziest driver to date in Asia. Chris and I exchanged stares as the bus hugged steep cliffs, made blind passes around steep corners, and sped through mountainous and gravel roads. We hadn’t expected to be very pleased with Huaihua, and we were disgusted when we arrived. The city was dirty, covered by a layer of smog, ...

    Getting close to the locals (too close)

    A travel blog entry by garyandjenny on Jul 03, 2010

    2 photos

    ... eyes where starring at me. Squeezed in between spitting and smoking Chinese men, women breast-feeding their babies and cabin workers trying to push their trolley through. After an hour or so I realized that most people in there where actually quite nice and a few of them could speak a bit of English and recommended some places to see and kept coming back to ask if I was ok.

    When I got a seat ...