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Onto the grill
Over red-hot coals
Dinner at a curry place owned by a man from Myanmar
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... She was gorgeous. Had a little English, and we all enjoyed each others company. And of course, we ended up buying from her, just to remember her. When she realised that Ana was my daughter, she started calling me Younga Mamma, and she was Olda Mamma. These are her streets, and boy, can she hustle! Today it's raining, the first time on our trip. But there is still plenty to ...
... tiny villages, saw mules that apparently carry lazy asses up the mountain, and shrieked at spiders the size of my face. Hikers making their descent urged us on yelling "jiotao" or "add oil"-- keep going! The views were incredible and I can't even begin to describe them. The mountains were sheer faces of rock and they shot high into the storm clouds, and down below was a river with raging ...
... he is blonde). There is also a big hippie culture here... I saw lots of white people with dreads, looking like they haven't showered in weeks. We even saw an Asian girl with dreads which I don't think I've seen before! We wandered through town past "hardware stores" aka a guy sitting in a tiny shop with baskets full of different types of nails and screws, solar panel stores (there were lots of these), a dentist's office that was completely open air for ...
... paved for the entire 12-km route. The amount of effort that must have taken is staggering. I've noticed this several times in China -- I can't believe they *ever* expect to recoup the costs of some of the things that have been built.
One sad thing about the hike was that several of the "scenic spots" on the trail were closed due to continuing renovations. We normally would have made our way around the blocked sections, but ...