Tianshui Peace Hotel
Travel Blogs from Tianshui
... video game is Chun Li in Street Fighter. Then when I came to China the Chinese name they gave me was Chen Li. 3: My favourite Ninja Turtle is Michaelangelo whose weapon of choice is the nunchuks, and now I am living in China and doing nunchuk training! There is a student group on campus, and the leader of the group is really good. My friend and I join them once a week to practice. It's a lot of fun. Proof of my skills is in the photos.
... be able to do that to someone else rather than having it done to them, which I am sure is how they have lived their lives.
As for Maji Shan - despite it being up in the clouds, it was seriously impressive, especially given it was produced way way before scaffolding and cranes! Well worth going and actually, my guess is the rain kept the crowds away, which made for a nice change in China!
So this 2night stop over was purely to see the sacred mountain Maji Shan. It turned out to be the nicest food we've had with some really friendly people and some hilarious moments with the English-Chinese barriers.
Ordering an omelette was hard going, but we managed it. Here is Gem's account;
That night we returned to the same family restaurant as the night before as it was so good. We decided ...
... a taxi for the ease of getting there quickly and easily. Thank god we did that, we were about 20mins away car ride as the place is split into two sections and there's about 15km between each side of town.
We made it to the hotel, yes hotel! Not hostel! Although it wasn't a posh one ha ha but it was the only accommodation listed in the lonely planet so we didn't really have much choice. The lovely ...
... will set up shop. Some areas just have food selling street vendors, others have a string of vendors selling every kind of article clothing, shoes, and other miscellaneous goods. I've seen a vendor's table just littered with very comfortable looking socks.
There are a few shopping malls in the center of the city. The entrances are often disguised behind a plastic curtain. Inside you have more restaurants, maybe a gym, and other miscellaneous shops.