Yiren Old Town Hotel

Address: Yiren Old Town, Chuxiong, Yunnan, 675000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Chuxiong.
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    Travel Blogs from Chuxiong

    Yunnan: Day Two

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 27, 2014

    59 photos

    We checked out of the hotel and board on a five hour bus ride. At one pit-stop, it was so cloudy. No idea if it was fog or smog outside, but it stunk.

    Later, we got stuck in traffic in a town. Our bus driver had to get off to help a woman move her bags of flour out of her car. Than we panicked aobut where Kelsey was because she got off the bus. She was by a fruti stand when we drove forward.

    We finally arrived at the Yi village.

    Quick facts ...

    Day 7 - Dinner and a Show & Fire Dance

    A travel blog entry by jessilybabe on Apr 15, 2013

    ... tied together with red fabric. I said I didn't want one so they only bought one. We had no idea what we were going to do with it but they said it will bring good luck and good health. We were given tickets and led into an enclosed space where there was a fire pit in the middle. People started to line up around the fire pit and some XuXiong natives led us in some line dancing. Once we got in, Mom said she was sending me to be the family representative for ...

    Ethnic China

    A travel blog entry by yanandasif on Oct 24, 2011

    19 photos

    ... expedition which on the whole served its purpose and brought us closer to Yan’s Chinese background. We travelled from North East to South West and experienced a vast array of culture, landscape, cuisine and dialects. Whilst the Han rule and dominate one cannot overlook the array of other ethnicities that reside here. We only caught a glimpse, experienced many and were overwhelmed with their friendly nature – it probably helped quite a lot that Yan could speak ...

    Team Tiger Tackles the Gorge

    A travel blog entry by lnb203 on Mar 03, 2009

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... my hands as much as my feet... Apparently a few foreigners have died in the gorge over the years and I'd be highly suprised if this section wasn't the cause of the fatalities.

    Having survived this part of the trail, we thought it'd be a cruise home to Sean's guesthouse where we were to stay. Not so! Got hopelessly lost, halfway up a mountain, with no real trail in sight, things got a tad nervous as the dark set in. The thought of huddling overnight ...

    Tiger Leaping Gorge: Beautiful, but no tigers

    A travel blog entry by chiapoe on Nov 11, 2008

    4 comments, 39 photos

    ... 2,700m. The trail was a bunch of switchbacks, but incredibly rocky, and reminded me of a poor man's version of the deadly climb to Dead Widow's Pass along El Camino Inka. We passed by some stalls selling snickers, water and... ganja. I later found out that these natural herbs grow wild throughout this area (and a bar in Li Jiang that I couldn't find has barrels full of it for free).

    We eventually reached the top of the hill to find ...