Xiong Bao Hotel

Address: No.193 Lucheng East Road, Chuxiong, Yunnan, 675000, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Chuxiong.
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    Travel Blogs from Chuxiong

    Yunnan: Day Four

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 29, 2014

    53 photos

    ... to scare us. Even a few threw mud at us. Later, Lous slipped in the rice terrace and ruined his white pants.

    We reacheda hut. I took some pictures. Then, I returned to the village with Emi and Jamala.

    For dinner, we had a huge dinner. Some drunk guy was trying to talk to Andra, Matt, and me. He was talking about coming to America. Then, he tried to
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    Day 7 - Dinner and a Show & Fire Dance

    A travel blog entry by jessilybabe on Apr 15, 2013

    This was a long day. I actually thought it was over once we drove 3 hours into XuXiong. By the time we got into the town, it was 7pm, dinner time. We got ushered into a restaurant where they had more bad food. There was a dance performance too and we sat around a lake. It was pretty entertaining. After dinner I had to run for the washroom. Meanwhile Mom and Dad went to buy a torch for the fire ceremony. It consisted of 3 wooden sticks about an inch thick 1.5 ...

    Ethnic China

    A travel blog entry by yanandasif on Oct 24, 2011

    19 photos

    ... required for such a trip we would given concrete dates. Instead we had the luxury to arrive and leave when we wanted to with no deadline ahead of us. Consequently, after weighing up the time delay, the costly required permits and hiring a guide we decided to fly instead to Nepal. This was not before a mammoth overnight sleeper bus journey which was dirtier and more up close and personal than ever with our fellow passengers.

    So this was the end of our six ...

    Team Tiger Tackles the Gorge

    A travel blog entry by lnb203 on Mar 03, 2009

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... Climbing higher and higher, with sheer drops inches to my right, on a trail that was 'shingly' and best and almost non existant at times. Frankly, was ******** myself, particularly as the wind was blowing strongly and I'd stumbled a number of times earlier in the day on safer trails. Thankfully, no one died and it felt great to reach the top, although I'm not sure I'd recommend our route to others purely from a safety perspective. Part of it was so steep that I ...

    Tiger Leaping Gorge: Beautiful, but no tigers

    A travel blog entry by chiapoe on Nov 11, 2008

    4 comments, 39 photos

    ... on a farm and working in kitchens and has the right traveler mindset. We also met Jeff, a young Chinese man living in coastal China and who is bilingual (this would later prove to be immensely valuable). Jeff and Adi set off ahead of us, as well as a group of kids from Hong Kong on a tour.

    The portion of the hike after lunch was the most torturous part of the trail, the so-called 28 Bends, from our elevation of 1,800m to the high ...