Yue Hai Hotel

Address: No.16 East Dengfeng Road, Jiangyu District, Yangjiang, Guangdong, 529500, China | Hotel
 
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Location

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

    ... in Chinese for 40 mins when we first left, and despite us asking for her to stop, she kept on and on! It ended up being quite funny looking back, but there was no translation, and when our local staff translated, we got a 1 min 'speech'. Guess it was part of her job, but apparently it wasn't very interesting for the locals either.


    Our apartments were gorgeous, all with sea views and glass-walled bathrooms, so a very successful trip all round - I had a great time!


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    Anthony Bourdain eat your heart out

    A travel blog entry by perpetuallylost on Apr 07, 2012

    4 photos

    ... All pools were no deeper than our waist, so we figured we would be safe as long as we remembered how to stand up. Mind you, we were so full our bellies made great flotation devices. We tried out the wave pool and a few others before stumbling upon the "fish pool". This pool had a bunch of enthusiastic little fish in it, almost like minnows. But this is not your typical aquarium where you admire its inhabitants. This ain't Nemo's house, it's far ...

    Village life ain't what it used to be.

    A travel blog entry by perpetuallylost on Apr 06, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... washroom was a simple chamber pot in the corner of a room. There was no electricity in most of the buildings. It was like we took a trip back in time but forgot where we parked the DeLorean. However this is very much today and this is how many still live. Much of the furniture were intricately decorated and time weathered, things that would fetch a handsome price on the Antiques Roadshow, had anyone here hear of it, or cared. ...

    Wrapping the shoot in Enping

    A travel blog entry by adeleray on May 29, 2011

    26 photos

    ... She shared with us her past feelings of shame in regards to her identity. Her appearance is not outright Chinese since she is bi-racial, African-American and Chinese. It was extremely moving and is a major turning point in Alana's experience and for the documentary. In the middle of a rice field, when asked what she would say if she could speak to her grandfather right now (he has passed away), Alana poured her heart out ...

    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 ...