Jinjiang Inn (Yinchuan Gulou)

Address: No.15 Gulou North Street, Xingqing District, Yinchuan, Ningxia, 750001, China | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on No.15 Gulou North Street, Xingqing District, Yinchuan, is near Western Xia Tombs, Chengtian Temple (West Pagoda), Haibao Temple (North Pagoda), and 108 Dagobas.
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Travel Blogs from Yinchuan

On the run...

A travel blog entry by goinggong on Jan 29, 2014

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... beeps of the sirens interrupting the already frayed nerves. Checking in the luggage and getting our passports checked felt like an eternity as we were constantly trying not to make any eye contact with the airport security. Meanwhile the mobile phone was ringing off the hook, threatening messages from the school with more reports of deportation and arrest, friends and managers advising us to run and get out of the ...

Trifling with bras

A travel blog entry by goinggong on Jan 22, 2014

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I suppose it's all relative but I haven't see a pair of breasts since I lost my virginity to Marie in a bathtub. Entertainment being what it is in this backwater Muslim town, you are stretched for something that will "blow your hair back". So what do horny boys do in Yinchuan for a little of the old rummpy pummpy? China has a simple answer. Titti bars or ¥10 bars...not the kind you get in the west with the busty girls performing acrobatic moves on poles or shaking their moneymakers ...

At last

A travel blog entry by goinggong on Sep 29, 2013

... broadly and laughingly said "Welcome" dissolving into coquettish giggles. We were taken with him immediately. Alex was our host and he was an extravagant gay Chinese man, who used to be a drag queen on the local gay circuit, now he was a marketing manager for a local dried wolf-berry company. We were assured that we would meet his other half shortly. No sooner had the words past his smiling lips, when in walked the doctor. Doctor Jeffrey was slightly shorter and a bit more ...

The Western Xia Tombs & overnight train to Hoh

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Sep 12, 2013

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... time. We enjoyed checking out the large open air tomb site enclosed in crumbling walls before a couple of large tour groups descended. The Xixia site dates back to the 11th Century and covers an area of 50 square kilometres. It contains nine tombs of kings and well over 200 tombs of ministers scattered around. Tomb 3, one of China's largest and best preserved imperial mausoleums, is thought to contain the remains of the first emperor of the feudal kingdom. The ...

Surreal day of boat, horse, camel & tractor ri

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Sep 11, 2013

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... the middle of a fort which was joined to the Great Wall. We started briskly walking back, with no real idea just how far from the car park we were and very conscious that we'd been 2.5 hours and hoped our taxi was still there. After about 15 minutes of walking the tour group came by in a tractor drawn cart (it seemed to get more surreal!) and insisted we joined them! By now we seemed to be famous to them! We were glad for the lift as it was literally miles back to the car park ...