Zhongdeyuan Holiday Hotel

Address: No.8 Zhongdeyuan Alley, Huancheng East Road, Kaili, Guizhou, 556000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Kaili, is near Sunday Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Kaili

    More Learning about China's Ethnic Minorities

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 19, 2014

    31 photos

    ... son's house. He had learned the craft from his father and he showed me how they were made. Generally they are made with six pipes but fancier ones can be made with many more pipes. He played one for me that had 12 pipes which ultimately means that he has more notes he can use. From this village we drove ten minutes down the road to Datang. There is a new section to this village but we explored the old town, specifically the aquatic granary. The granary includes one hut per ...

    Miao Villages

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 18, 2014

    43 photos

    ... the houses were compacted together. On top of that, most of the people live on the second floor of their homes and their livestock and storage is on the bottom floor. As we walked through the village, their were cows sticking their noses up to say hello as we walked by their house. There were also chickens running freely all around. Surrounding the village were many rice fields. My guide showed me some of the rice and was pointing ...

    Southwest China - first stop

    A travel blog entry by just4ashman on Apr 18, 2013

    2 photos

    Take morning flight to Guiyang.

    Fly Xian / Guiyang CZ 3276 1045/1225

    Arrive at Guiyang and drive 200 km (2 hours) to Kaili. Check into the Grand

    How's the serenity - Another day in Xijiang

    A travel blog entry by crusty on Feb 02, 2013

    23 photos

    ... beautiful and impressive rice terraces that no-one had told me about.

    There was barely anyone there and I was alone trekking along the road up the mountain. The only sounds were my footsteps and the water trickling through the irrigation channels of the terraces. Occasionally a MIA villager would pass me, often with a load of veges or grain.

    Then back for another fix of noodles, coffee and a trek up the other side of ...

    Xijiang Miao Village

    A travel blog entry by crusty on Feb 01, 2013

    10 photos

    ... and bridges cemented my love of the joint. Followed by 2 of the cutest kids who I’ve ever met, who upon saying Hello to me, then proceeded to ask if I’ve eaten and whether I want some beer or not…trying to convince me to go and drink beer. It was cute beyond words

    Well, that about wraps the day up, time for some street BBQ and a beer or 2.

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