Yue Jia Business Hotel (Hohhot Huitong)
Travel Blogs from Hohhot
... ran it. We choose some dinner, flicking swiftly passed the page showing a cooked horse and ended up with some hearty steamed bread, shredded potato and hot water with egg and tomato in, I mean soup. Rach got a text from Dominos as we ate, how cruel, but for nine pounds we could have eaten two times over here, so pizza was soon forgotten. The food warmed us up enough to bed down for the night, but I still wore about five layers as the yurt had no or very little ...
... small city in China, but it is still over a million people there. It was great to get into the clean air, and see the blue sky and stars. It was funny, because the tour was all expats working in China, and I was the only one just traveling around. I met some very cool people though.
So for the tour, the first day we went out to ...
... train station complex, where we bought bus tickets before doing an emergency KFC lunch given literally no other options. The bus was not as relaxing as we'd hoped and after a very bumpy 5 hour ride we finally reached Datong. Here we had a surprisingly good early dinner at a hotel restaurant which Jen had happened to go in to use ...
We had a surprisingly good nights sleep considering the location, woken only a few times by people getting on and a conductor shining a light in Jen's face! Around 9am we arrived into Hohhot and walked directly to our hotel, where we were pleased to be given a room straight away.
After showering and recharging we headed out and just a few paces from the hotel we came across a local dumpling restaurant. Here ...
... I returned in one piece and very excited about having a go at archery using a Mongolian bow and arrow. In the past these were used for warfare but now archery is a traditional Mongolian sport.
As the night drew in it became very cold so we decided to build a campfire. There are very few trees in the grassland ...
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