Xiong Ye International Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... capped. Daisy was able to clarify the situation for us. When their teeth wear down or for other reasons, the women have all their teeth extracted and replaced with whole new teeth either white or silver according to their wealth. No wonder they can’t eat for a few days. It’s not a way I’d like to lose weight!!! In the evening a few of us went for a wander around the neighbourhood, eventually finding ...
... her txt) we will be parting form our remaining travel companion - Harry left us on 12/6 from Chengdu and flew back to Holland and back to work. Hans is going further East and will ship his van to Australia from Gangzhou whilst we continue South to Laos.
We will miss them both - they have been great to travel with - hopefully we will travel together again ...
... et bien fermée, on pourrait se rendre à Bangkok, pour prendre un avion pour la Birmanie. Ce serait le premier vol de notre voyage.
Il nous a fallu du temps pour arriver à Kunming. Les billets pour les longs trajets en train depuis Xining sont en général achetés par la mafia locale qui les revend ensuite très chers. Du coup, nous sommes d’abord retournés à Lanzhou. Le lendemain nous avons eu 22 heures de train pour Chengdu. Le trajet s’est fait en 'couché ...
... I saw John off at the airport and then killed a few hours at Dianchi, where I read the entirety of War of the Worlds (it’s really short!). We had been to Dianchi last time we were in Kunming killing time before a train, and it was so pleasant and such an easy bus journey that I decided to go again. Dianchi is the largest highland lake and the 8th largest lake overall in China. With such a ...
Well, after months of planning and years of dreaming we have finally made it China! We only have a 30 day visa for China but we have massive plans for it, so we are going to be on a mega tight schedule while we are here. We have decided to start in the southern province of Yunnan which is famous for its stunning scenery, ethnic minorities and for not having a jot of English in sight, then we move up to central China to the Shaanxi and Sichuan provinces ...