Yuejia Business Hotel (Hohhot Xuefu Garden)
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... above sea level. Our reception into Hohhot was something that apparently only occurs in China and some parts of South America. We had an escort from the toll exit off the highway through to the town centre. There were many pictures of us passing and lots of waving etc as people watched this line of 11 4WD travel in tight formation. Once we arrived and all parked in front of a stage we were presented with a white scarf each from girls in local ...
We start rolling at 7.30 am and visit an old Tibetan Putuo Zongcheng Temple that is a small copy of Potala palace of Lhasa. At around 6 pm we arrive to Hohhot and one of the sponsors Beaume organizes a welcoming party with bright Lion dance, champagne and big dinner with Chinese wine. Most of the guests get drunk. And we stay in the lobby until midnight with another bottle of wine. Today is really an exhausting day with plenty of alcohol.
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I have flown from Xilin Hot to Hohhot, capitol city of Inner Mongolia where I head to the bus station to begin my way south into Shanxi.
Knowing there were only two buses leaving for Hohhot, we got up early and headed back to the main road. Our yurt owner had informed us that the bus should arrive about 8am so we nervously waited wondering how easy it would be to hitch hike if the bus didn't come or didn't stop. As we waited a roadside slaughter was taking place and the butcher was certainly not wasting a scrap. Rach and I were ready to set the other sheep free, who had painfully watched the ...
... and stayed on a Mongolian ranch, and slept in a traditional yurt. The next day we went out to a lamastary, kinda like a monastery but for lamas, Tibetan Buddhist monks. And the third day went out to the desert and rode camels. It was a fun trip, but we did see a lot coal power plants, and a couple strip mines. We did get some great food though.