Lishui Liandu Dagangtou Scenic Resort

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Lishui Liandu Dagangtou Scenic Resort

Lishui Liandu Dagangtou Scenic Resort
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David C
By David C
Dagangtou Riverside Village
Apr 2017
It was getting hot when we left about 10.30, for a 2 hour drive to next place, along a small country road, until we joined the G25 motorway, costing about 80 yuan on the toll road. This place was a riverside village and we were booked into 2 nice rooms, in a clean and modern hotel, overlooking the boat dock,but not much hot water. Wifi seems a bit weak. Dagangtou, Gu yuen hua qian. There was a nice walk along the ancient market street, called Jiangbin Street, unning parallel with the river, where several boat trips were under way. There were some great views across the river, towards mountains beyond and is popular with artists. We stopped at a riverside restaurant for lunch, which overlooked the river, but the food didn’t come up to expectations. Whitebait was overcooked in old oil,and we also had a plate if winkles and I was told not to eat the bit furthest part inside the shell, so I only had about 5. Most of the meal, for me, consisted of a plate of boiled potatoes, but I did attempt some fish which was OK. My cold was getting worse and Ling went out to buy some various medicines. At 4.30 we went back to the ancient street called Jiangbin St, and had a coffee, plus a pancake, which I paid for at 90 yuan. Feng doesn’t seem to enjoy it much, preferring alcohol and cigarettes. I haven’t felt much like eating or joining in stuff with this cold, which consists of sore throat, coughing up phlegm and blowing my nose every 10 minutes. Went to bed early at about 8.45, as there’s no chair in the room, with only option to sit on the bed, or outside on the balcony, which is pleasant enough, apart from mosquitoes descending after dark. There were 3 in our room last night and I got 2 but not sure about the third, although Ling lit some smoke stuff which made everything smell like a bonfire. Ling was up at 6.30 this morning and went out to buy me more medicine. I decided not to go on the river boat trip with them, as my cold didn’t seem much better, although I enjoy river trips, so decided to stay in the hotel room, take my medicine, type my diary and blow my nose. Ling and her brother will probably be away for about 2 hours as the trip involves a visit to an old village. Watching Channel 43 which is CGTV, in English. I sat on the balcony reading ‘Angel’ on my Kindle and had some Chinese tea and ate an orange, but with not much of an appetite. I had rice soup and boiled egg for breakfast, which Ling got from a shop downstairs. There's loads of shops selling souvenirs, restaurants and Western type coffee bars. One place sold chips which they cooked outside with tomato sauce. Alongside the river there's a path running between the river and the main street and there were loads of artists painting pictures. A very nice and relaxing place, even with a lot of Chinese tour groups, I think you have to pay about 50 yuan to get into the site, but we got in free as we were staying in the hotel.

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David C
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Dagangtou Riverside Village
Apr 2017 • Friends
It was getting hot when we left about 10.30, for a 2 hour drive to next place, along a small country road, until we joined the G25 motorway, costing about 80 yuan on the toll road. This place was a riverside village and we were booked into 2 nice rooms, in a clean and modern hotel, overlooking the boat dock,but not much hot water. Wifi seems a bit weak. Dagangtou, Gu yuen hua qian.
There was a nice walk along the ancient market street, called Jiangbin Street, unning parallel with the river, where several boat trips were under way. There were some great views across the river, towards mountains beyond and is popular with artists.
We stopped at a riverside restaurant for lunch, which overlooked the river, but the food didn’t come up to expectations. Whitebait was overcooked in old oil,and we also had a plate if winkles and I was told not to eat the bit furthest part inside the shell, so I only had about 5. Most of the meal, for me, consisted of a plate of boiled potatoes, but I did attempt some fish which was OK.
My cold was getting worse and Ling went out to buy some various medicines.
At 4.30 we went back to the ancient street called Jiangbin St, and had a coffee, plus a pancake, which I paid for at 90 yuan. Feng doesn’t seem to enjoy it much, preferring alcohol and cigarettes.
I haven’t felt much like eating or joining in stuff with this cold, which consists of sore throat, coughing up phlegm and blowing my nose every 10 minutes.
Went to bed early at about 8.45, as there’s no chair in the room, with only option to sit on the bed, or outside on the balcony, which is pleasant enough, apart from mosquitoes descending after dark.
There were 3 in our room last night and I got 2 but not sure about the third, although Ling lit some smoke stuff which made everything smell like a bonfire.

Ling was up at 6.30 this morning and went out to buy me more medicine. I decided not to go on the river boat trip with them, as my cold didn’t seem much better, although I enjoy river trips, so decided to stay in the hotel room, take my medicine, type my diary and blow my nose.
Ling and her brother will probably be away for about 2 hours as the trip involves a visit to an old village.
Watching Channel 43 which is CGTV, in English.
I sat on the balcony reading ‘Angel’ on my Kindle and had some Chinese tea and ate an orange, but with not much of an appetite. I had rice soup and boiled egg for breakfast, which Ling got from a shop downstairs.
There's loads of shops selling souvenirs, restaurants and Western type coffee bars. One place sold chips which they cooked outside with tomato sauce. Alongside the river there's a path running between the river and the main street and there were loads of artists painting pictures.
A very nice and relaxing place, even with a lot of Chinese tour groups, I think you have to pay about 50 yuan to get into the site, but we got in free as we were staying in the hotel.
Written May 12, 2017
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