Yalu River Hotel
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... gate and I’ve learned that you don’t really mess around with anything that looks Militant in China, don’t raise your eyes, no pictures (even though the military posts here are often the most beautiful), no Nihao (hello), just walk by quickly with your head down! So I headed back to my hotel for a quick shower and checkout, as it was time for the Hushan great wall!!! This destination much closer (15km) and a little crunched for time (as my ...
Picked up by a guide and driver we headed off on a tour off Dandong starting with the Great Wall of China. The Great Wall of China starts near Dandong and across the river from North Korea.
We hiked along the river separating China with DRPK from a spot called 1 meter leap were one could just about jump into DRPK. There were armed Chinese and Korean soldiers watching. When we got to the first tower of the wall we followed the wall ...
There was not really a lot to see in Sinuiju, we visited the statues of the former dear leaders, they were the same as in Pyongyang just scaled down. My guides went to explain what one does at the statue, having been in country 3 weeks this was not my first statues of the leaders.
The revolution museum was being renovated so only saw a display showing how often each of the leaders have blessed the museum with their presence.Went to a ...
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We said our good byes and we're locked into the train and we were off.
I thought I was going to be in a 6 berth with just 1 other fellow, but then the conductor directed 3 local North Koreans , a boy with his mother and grandfather, into the cabin. A boy was watching intensely as I transferred photos from my camera. I handed him my tablet to scroll through my photos taken in Korea, the mother and grand father also looked on. The grand ...
... they destroyed one bridge that would be enough, or maybe they didn't succeed in getting them both. And maybe it has been renamed as I can't imagine the Japanese who still occupied Korea in 1943 would call it the China- Korea Friendship Bridge.The city lies along the Yalu river so went for a small walk along the bank and gazed across at North Korea. Resisted doing a river cruise to get closer to North Korea.Finally a look around a pretty non descript city before an early ...