Tianyu Guest House
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... we head to the first bend of the Yangtze River. We are not sure of the real significance of the location even after reading the sign, however the views are spectacular. The river is far wider here with big flood plains and we can see two directions Jade Dragon Snow Mountain and another which we do not know the name of. On the way we pass lots of farm land, all terraced and a real picture. In this area the main crops are sweetcorn and tomatoes. It is harvest time ...
... s living room. It is a clutter of books, children's toys, and stuff everywhere. We take the only table left (next to the clutter) and await the menu. The English speaking young chap explains they only have 2 menus so we will have to wait. We wait and wait, and we realise the other English couple in the restaurant are taking their time to decide. This is surprising as the menu is limited, burgers, pizza, salad, and sandwiches. We order 2 burgers and chips ...
... impact Kate's movie star status! Ian notices how fresh the fish dishes are when a local couple select a fish from the tank, it is lifted out, bashed on the head and then immediately sent to the kitchen for the fish man to fillet. You cannot get fresher than that! We head back to the **************tails in the bar. The influence of mobiles is clear in the bar as four generations of the same family sit next to us and all are fixed to their phones. The Chinese are obsessed by their ...
... divided from the mainland majority by any of these ethnocultural fields? Is ait an mac an saol.
Today 'Sean' guides our trek up the slopes of Haba mountain, having already spent the night on its lower reaches. For the first fifteen minutes we climb past homesteads and byres; the most exciting event is Bronagh's stand off with a belligerent bull, but eventually the bovine brain's survival instinct kicks in, and he slinks past.
It is not long before ...
... if I'd claimed a couple of yuan from every random Chinese person who'd photographed me while I've been living here, I'd be a millionaire by now (hmmm, now there's an idea).
The final insult came at the end of my hike, where the path meets the road once more and Tina's Guest House (a Hostels International hostel) is located. I'd hoped to get some decent service at this location and perhaps find some other hikers waiting for transport back into town, ...