Yangguang Wanhao Hotel

Address: Shicheng West Street, Haibowan District, Wuhai, Inner Mongolia, 016000, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Shicheng West Street, Haibowan District, Wuhai.
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    On the run...

    A travel blog entry by goinggong on Jan 29, 2014

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    ... day, the banks had been inundated by companies getting over 1 million peoples salaries payed before they went away on holiday. The school - being the well oiled sinking ship that it is- got our payments in late and we could not be processed until the following day. We would be leaving Yinchuan that day at 14:00, giving us very little time to get our paperwork sorted out and correct any financial ****ups - that would certainly ...

    Trifling with bras

    A travel blog entry by goinggong on Jan 22, 2014

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    ... rooms didn't strike me as dinning rooms, as the whole place smelled of ammonia, Jays fluid and stale smoke. The central stage had a karaoke singer performing the latest sound blast test. His "singing" was so load and Chinese, that the bottles of beer where rattling around on the table as we, four men, started being mobbed by a collection of skinny girls indicating that we needed to get up and lead them to the back room. I remember looking around with bleary eyes ( the ammonia was clawing ...

    At last

    A travel blog entry by goinggong on Sep 29, 2013

    ... Jeffrey was a specialist in skin diseases and skin complications related to STD's. We stood up and he greeted us with a hand shake. He had an open face and twinkle in his eye. He too had a air of humor about him as he sat down and offered us cola or lemonade. I noticed he had half his index finger missing from his right hand. By this time Andre and I were eyeing out the bottles of wine, hoping to dissolve our social fumblings and lack of Chinese etiquette. As usual, I ended up in ...

    The Western Xia Tombs & overnight train to Hoh

    A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Sep 12, 2013

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    ... a load of plaster cast models) and on through more bizarre Chinese tourist 'attractions' to the main event - the tombs themselves! We were now used to this Chinese style build up from the previous days experience. The tomb number 3, which was the only one open to view, was actually very impressive. Set in front of the dramatic Helan Shan mountain range the tomb mounds were made of thousands of dirt bricks which almost looked like giant ice cream scoops which had ...

    Surreal day of boat, horse, camel & tractor ri

    A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Sep 11, 2013

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    ... quite surreal, not helped by the fact that we had virtually no English information about the site. Firstly we paid for a boat which took us across a scenic natural lake to a drop off point which was crammed with tacky tourist stands, including archery and a zip line. We'd had to wait for a Chinese tour group in order to get the boat and so we now went with the crowd to what we hoped would be the ancient fort. This however was not the case as it emerged that we were being forced in ...