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... the idea of a tranquil lake-side excursion for a few days. We piled onto the worn-out coach with several dozen other predominantly young Chinese travellers, and the bus pulled away.
Beginning on smooth tarmac road, the bus began its ascent towards the mountains, winding through increasingly dramatic mountain scenery, the triangular peaks of the hills sprouting a beard of thick evergreen forest. The roads rapidly deteriorated, and the bumpy, dusty tracks along which the driver ...
... Sichuan has the hottest cuisine in China). They then offered to drive us to Leshan the next day.
Most of the following day was also spent driving, being stopped twice by the police. The 2nd part of the drive was via a scenic route through a nice gorge, though no jumping felines this time. They dropped us off in Emei late afternoon, only a 30 minute bus ride from Leshan, apologizing sincerely for not taking us the whole way. They really were lovely ...
... une section bien raide appelée les 28 courbes. A certains endroits le chemin était assez haut et étroit. Au milieu de la gorge on a commencé à croiser des chèvres de montagne. On a passé la nuit dans une guest house agréable mais plutôt rudimentaire où nous étions les seuls hôtes.
Le lendemain, il nous restait que quelques kilomètres pour redescendre jusqu’à la route. On en a profité pour aller voir la ‘pierre du saut du ...
... province in which Lijiang resides) followed by a 45 minutes flight from there to Lijiang. The airport was confusing, and we were so glad Mr. Wong was in charge. He was very assertive in getting us special treatment. At one point three of the students and one of our Chinese boarding students mistakenly followed the crowd and went outside the secured area. The security people wouldn't let them back in, and Mr. Wong had their ...
... other side of the lake, before catching a bus out of there. I befriended the guy next to me on the bus, which turned out to be a blessing and a curse. At the halfway stop we ate lunch together and he invited me to eat this weird dish which resembled chicken stuffing. At the next stop I had no need to go to toilet. Pity, because 20mins later when I was on the road again disaster struck.
I was in pain; I ...
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