Zixia Villa

Address: Yuewang Mountain Tourism Area, Guzu Town, Zijin County, Guangdong, 516084, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Yuewang Mountain Tourism Area, Guzu Town, Zijin County.
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Travel Blogs from Zijin County

A big day of pampering

A travel blog entry by woods.jan on Jun 12, 2013

After an early morning compulsory training 6.30 we had a quick breky and then off to water training for an hour. So didn't have time to blog. Then the best part was spending the rest of the day being pampered. A full body massage, a hair wash and head massage, and finally a foot massage, all for ...

Adventure day

A travel blog entry by woods.jan on Jun 11, 2013

We are off to a local lake, supposed to be beautiful. There is hot pools and the white-water rafting I think. So should be an exciting day, but raining at moment. The motel we are staying in is luxurious by Chinese standards. We are staying here for 5 or 6 days because our itinery has changed, we are not doing as many races as we first thought. Just reduced to three instead of five, but plans keep changing, so we just have to stay ...

Another huge city!

A travel blog entry by woods.jan on Jun 10, 2013

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... not bad. Off to a lake tomorrow, as we have a few days spare. Some of the regattas are not on our itinery now, so some are going to Beijing later in week for a few days. The rest are staying in town, and we might do some touristy things. Guilin would be nice to visit, not too far from ...

Three Gorges Dam and on to Shanghai

A travel blog entry by alxs on Sep 16, 2012

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We visited the Dam this morning, and what an experience that was!

It is absolutely massive, with 26 generators. When it was launched in 2007, it produced 10% of China's energy, but with the continuous increase in demand, it's down to about 2%. But considering the pollution throughout the country, clean energy projects like this are essential.


Yangzi River Cruise, Day 2

A travel blog entry by alxs on Sep 15, 2012

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... basically pull cargo with ropes in treacherous conditions. They actually worked completely naked, because their rough cotton clothing when wet was too abrasive on their skin. In the winter, with freezing waters, they would drink a Chinese type ouzo (can't remember the name) to keep warm.

In the evening, we began passing through the Three Gorges Dam locks, which took three hours.

I had ...