Hui Xiang Yuan Resort

Gu Village, Liangxiang Town, Fangshan District, Beijing, 102488, China | Resort

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China I: Beijing - Pingyao

A travel blog entry by henryghevans

... on left hand. People pushing people to get out and get in at every stop; people sometimes walk into each other on purpose; one sees why crushes sometimes happen out here. Guards with megaphones and polyester military uniforms shouting through the night and morning. No need for megaphones in such a tight space. RC slept a bit; I didn't. We were glad to get off at Pingyao and don't plan to travel like that again if possible. Pingyao is an ancient walled city and so far is fantastic; will update ...

Feeling Like Myself Again Part One

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... few minutes later, Mohini appeared. We chatted for a bit and then she began playing music. Her music was very good, even though I had no idea who the artists were.

The Chinese roommate Marce then entered. He asked me what I was doing. I said that I was studying. He laughed a bit because he said his American roommate Brandon had daily dictations too.

For the rest of my studying, Mohini quizzed me over the characters. I did ...

Happy New Year

A travel blog entry by billynomates


... patiently waiting at the front of a queue until it moves then before you know it you will be at the back scratching your head wondering, how did that happen? Some trains don't have seat reservations and boarding a Ryanair flight is civilised in comparison be prepared to be shoved and elbowed. It amazing how fast the old ladies can run when they think there might not be any seats left.

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Dumplings and Hutongs

A travel blog entry by ricao


... direction the street is. If you see a street sign and an arrow pointing straight up, the street it's referring to is behind it. It's easy to get lost if you don't pay attention to the arrows. Finally, bikes are very prevalent in China and the bike lanes here are especially large are spacious, to fit lots of cyclists.

Once we got to the music store, the flutes were not quite finished being fixed so we had to wait around a ...

The value of Polyfilla

A travel blog entry by wldchina


... the soup but good food apart from the chips !

Next came the Ming tombs...some kids used chance to buy your presents so look out for the postcards and small statues. Then to the sacred road where Alicia, Beth, Steph, Harriet and Abbie took a photo of everyone of the 96 stone statues.

Last part of the day was the brilliant acrobatic show wih the highligt being 6 motorbikes in a smallcage racing around -like a wall of death. Kids loved the ...


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