Xin Ding Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... to wear a high viz vest and direct traffic while we sit in the sun for 30 minutes. The system is beyond ridiculous. Eventually we cross to the southern side of the river, which is under construction. It's a slow and dusty trip and we marvel at the way things are done, labour intensively, to ensure everyone is employed. I also wondered how many are killed in the construction industry, when from my side of the car I see ...
I think today was a new record. It only took 23 minutes to get from the hotel to the airport. Check in only took a few minutes as did immigration. What took the longest was going through security. Although it is segregated lines for men and women, there were a lot of people travelling around the same time I was there and it took 35 minutes to get through the women's only line. Then when I actually got through, there wasn't a seat in sight as the airport was so packed. ...
... building close to the temple watching the activity around the square. Leaving the temple with a better insight into how the Tibetans practise their religion, we took a leisurely stroll down a wide promenade type street leading from the square. At its start stood a police coach and a fire engine, which had also been there the previous day. On many street corners, there is often a tent like shelter under which police sit observing ...
... processed here and and picked locally. It is said that after multiple treatments for skeletal and muscular issues and injury, that patients not only become well, but also, in some cases cured of their ailments. Today was a day that, for me, Tibetan culture began to fall into place and it's place in China and China's government also began to make sense. Despite friction between Beijing and the current Dalai Lama, Tibet has always been part of Beijing's governing and when ...
... around the hotel to one of the nearby restaurants. The cook was Nepali so we took advantage and had some really good curry on the roof to patio overlooking one of the main squares of the city. The police/military presence is very noticeable with uniformed officers on most street corners and plain clothes soldiers on the rooftops. After our meal we went through the local market where the locals do their shopping on the ...