Yue Hai Hotel

Address: No.16 East Dengfeng Road, Jiangyu District, Yangjiang, Guangdong, 529500, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.16 East Dengfeng Road, Jiangyu District, Yangjiang.
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    Travel Blogs from Yangjiang

    Team building, take 2

    A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Sep 23, 2014

    44 photos

    ... After the last beach experience I didn't expect to swim, but it was so good I ended up in anyway, and very happy that I did.

    On day 2 we went to a different area which was good for beach activities, but the beach itself wasn't nearly as nice. We did go out on a boat for a wee ride which was fun, but most people agreed we would rather have stayed at the first place and spent the time there.

    We even had a tour guide accompany us for the whole trip - she gave a ...

    Anthony Bourdain eat your heart out

    A travel blog entry by perpetuallylost on Apr 07, 2012

    4 photos

    ... taste was fresh and light, like eating little slices of cloud in a sweet broth. One tiny setback was that Ken ordered for everyone, so in addition we had fresh hand-made dumplings and rice rolls in a local soy sauce - and an unexpected bowl of congee that Simon had ordered and forgot about. Jim took one for the team and ate about half the bowl. This was partially because his dad tricked him and kept pouring after Jim said stop. What follows eating? Swimming ...

    Village life ain't what it used to be.

    A travel blog entry by perpetuallylost on Apr 06, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... s ancestral home was located in the rural outskirts of Enping. Jim's Mom's ancestral homes are located about 20 minutes outside of Enping and is a farming village in the truest sense. The houses looked ancient, and the technology was as old as it looked. Inside the houses were well pumps, and wood fires stoves much like the ones in Kwong village (Jim's dad's village). There was no plumbing, and not even a squat toilet was on ...

    Wrapping the shoot in Enping

    A travel blog entry by adeleray on May 29, 2011

    26 photos

    ... compassion was sticking out a little and I saw one sour faced official looking at it. Chinese here associate tattoos with the Chinese mafia so it is looked down upon. Oh well, can't please everyone. I'm not connected to the mob! I swear! I think they got over it though since by the end of shooting, they were all smiles.

    Alana screams, "I'M CHINESE!!!!"
    At the village, Alana had this mental and ...

    Trekking through the ricefields!

    A travel blog entry by natandcraig on Sep 22, 2010

    15 photos

    ... downhill 2-trekking on an even path and 3-the rest breaks. I did NOT like the huge uphill parts which does not bode well for climbing Mount Kinabalu in a week's time - am currently trying to think of ways to get out of it! But I must admit, the views were stunning and it's pretty amazing what the villagers have managed to do with the hills around them.

    We arrived at our next guesthouse after about 5 hours, all ...