Ziyuan Hollyear Hotel

Address: No.1 Binjiang Road, Dong'An Economy Develope Area, Dong'an County, Hunan, 425900, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.1 Binjiang Road, Dong'An Economy Develope Area, Dong'an County.
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Travel Blogs from Dong'an County

A relatively clean and quiet part of China

A travel blog entry by mbryred on Aug 12, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... is 70%-80% non-verbal, and I tend to agree. A genuine smile and laughter breaks ice quickly, accompanied by many varied gestures, and a few words of mostly Mandarin, usually get me success wherever I go. What the world is finding not so cute is when the naive people travel outside their native areas, but their behaviors are rural: i.e. children go bathroom anywhere and anytime. and trash is thrown everywhere and anywhere. I imagine it would be ...

Okay NOW Time to Kickass

A travel blog entry by madisonplantier on Mar 17, 2013

3 photos

... torture techniques in some countries. I'm surprised I can even move after some training sessions...
I also now take the bus back home with two of the kids and they're so funny to watch. They're a boy and a girl but they are ALWAYS arguing and, in my head, I've already made a RomCom where they grow up and end up falling in love. How droll.
After taekwondo I ended up doing what I do best...eating Chinese food. And so my awful ordeal of waking up crippled every morning ...

Park Life

A travel blog entry by madisonplantier on Mar 09, 2013

22 photos

I realize that I have skipped a lot of days. This is because, as per usual, those days were rather unexceptional. I spent most of my time teaching and, although it was relatively exciting, it wouldn't make for crazy exciting reading. My personal highlight of the week however was when one boy was writing on the board and, because he was going too slowly, completely without my prompting the class began banging on the desks and singing 'We Will Rock You'. I see that their ...

Me Speaky Chinesey

A travel blog entry by madisonplantier on Mar 06, 2013

... like and that English food is pretty terrible. I explained that Martin was from America and so was my father, that the food in America is better than in England but it would make you fat and that Chinese food is undoubtedly the best of all. They told me about Changsha and how there are apparently a lot of foreigners there because it's a much bigger city. All in all, it was a very informative conversation. They even asked if I taught young children, because they had a son, and I ...

I Start Teaching Now, Right?

A travel blog entry by madisonplantier on Mar 04, 2013

8 photos

... s bound to be quite a lot of competition...
The real excitement came in the evening when Brodies principal invited us out to dinner. Brodie works for a private school that doesn't really exist, but that's a whole other story right there. The point is, his principal is crazy rich. She arranged a taxi for Martin and I and we wizzed off to the east side of Yongzhou. Now we live on the west side, which is the scummy, dirty, poor side of Yongzhou, whereas the east side is the ...