Easy Motel Zhenjiang Zhongshan West Road
Travel Blogs from Zhenjiang
... wall .. this was very interesting and only had about 10 people walking on it! Amazing!!!
Next we went back to the hostel to collect out bags then got another train out to Nanjing South Railway Station to catch a G bullet train to Zhenjiang (another town further east along The Yantze River) 21 minutes away. We ended up at the wrong railway station (we need to be at Zhenjiang Station - not Zhenjiang South) so had to catch a ...
Today main schedule is slim Xihu located in the south of yangzhou very beautiful in April these days. The city flower of Yangzhou Qiong glower broom for only ten days in April. We are very lucky to see it because of higher temperature. The restaurant "食为天” is delicious and worth of money average rate for one person CNY 60. Great first day ...
... cormorants, which are still used for fishing. They have rings put around their necks, so when they catch the fish they can't swallow, and the fishermen can retrieve the fish. Hopefully a practice which is dying out!
Yangzhou was a dirt poor village up to a few years ago, but is now rapidly expanding, with houses, hotels and shops being built. Streets full of restaurants and shops selling all sorts of touristy ...
Unfortunately Barrie has been unwell and is struggling but
bravely carrying on where he can. A couple of others in the group have also
been feeling unwell so we presume the same virus. Sharon is so caring and
escorted us to a Chinese pharmacy last night which was an experience in itself!
Very old fashioned and little boxes on the walls containing medicines. So a bit
of trust in our tour ...
This was a big mistake, we ended up in a massive war! Not just water pistols but also buckets of river water chucked everywhere, would have been OK but we were going to the overnight train straight after. However, I wouldn't change it for the world it was the funniest thing ever and we ended up sodden!
After a super river cruise via some amazing scenery we went back to the hotel with heavy hearts for our long journey to Hong Kong.