Xiongyue Tianmu Hot Spring Resort

Address: Kangfu Li, Tiedong Street, Xiongyue Town, Bayuquan district, Yingkou, Liaoning, 115124, China | Resort
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This resort is located in the Xiongyue area of Yingkou.
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    Travel Blogs from Yingkou

    Trip Down South, and Hello Once Again!

    A travel blog entry by iamtomzhang on Sep 15, 2014

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    ... thinks I'm some professional athlete here and I don't think athletes here focus too much on education, they spend a lot of their time training. So already people assume I'm pretty uneducated, but what makes things worse is that I'm pretty much illiterate when it comes to Chinese (but I'm studying hard to remember the words I learned a year ago). I think if I don't tell people that I'm from America (or if I wear athletic clothing), people assume I'm some kind ...

    Taxi to train station

    A travel blog entry by iamtomzhang on Sep 13, 2014

    2 comments

    I'm on an hour long taxi ride to the train station from my grandparents. The details aren't important but we're weaving through traffic on the highway and they don't have seat belts in the back. Good thing I'm already used to having near death experiences everyday. Oh look we're on the opposite side of the road with traffic coming right at us. All good. Wow I really am not worried... Peace and traffic safety Tom ...

    Little Random Stuff (about insects)

    A travel blog entry by iamtomzhang on Sep 13, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    Bunch of random **** worth mentioning.

    1. I had BBQ scorpions. I was pretty skeptical at first but they were pretty good. Nice and crunchy, think...really crisp bacon. Actually if I were to blindfold you and gave you a taste test, you probably won't be able to tell the two apart. So if you ever get a chance to eat scorpion, I'd recommend you ignore your gut instincts and go for it. I'll even leave you with a tip. Make sure ...

    Final Days in China

    A travel blog entry by lanefinch on Jun 28, 2006

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    ... structure development. All are very enthusiastic about us connecting them with American businesses. On Tuesday we met with Lois Dougan Tretiak, a Senior Advisor at The Economist magazine. She is from Pittsburgh, but has been in China for 28 years! Or as she likes to say, since one month before Nixon came to China. She is a fascinating person and a great conversationalist. She had a lot of insights regarding China and looked to us for insights into the ...

    Leaving Anshan

    A travel blog entry by lanefinch on Jun 24, 2006

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    ... to UAB) and some Anshan's top managers. He ordered the one thing I swore I would not eat: sea cucumber (note: not a vegetable). It looks like dung with spikes. Thank God it has very little taste. I had to eat it because it is very expensive and Mr. Fu ordered it especially for us. I made the mistake of asking for wine with dinner. The "wine" was rice liquor that tasted like lighter fluid and was strong as hell. After one glass, ...