Brook and Bridge Inn
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... Sharon explains that she prefers our route, and we can understand why! When we reach Tiger Leaping Gorge, the water noise increases as the gorge narrows. We first spot the stone tiger and then the large stone in the centre of the gorge. The scenery is beautiful. Opposite we spot the route most tourists take via the coach and a number of steep flights of stairs. We are glad we had the beautiful walk. As we head back we see the Sherpas with rickshaws. The ...
... bottle of Chinese red wine. It is clearly a backpacker's place but also a kindergarten. The owner's wife appears with their young Chinese son. The toys clearly belong to him. He is not impressed to see another little French boy playing with his toys. It is fascinating to see two children communicating without words, their meanings clearly understood by each other. The food is tasty even if the burger a bit raw, and we hope it's not western food that ...
... We wrap up as we are warned that the temperature drops at night, Sharon is right it is COLD. We arrive and Kate is a little dubious, it is the same every night! The restaurant is full of locals, a few rough looking tables and chairs and a fish tank. We ponder the menu. This time it has English translation which assists. We order stewed Yak, spicy chicken, fried vegetables with mushrooms, noodles and mixed vegetables and of course a bottle of local red wine. After the last ...
... return journey, because we will be arriving, and therefore leaving, Australia earlier than planned. And that swung it. This means we plan to arrive in Laos next week, and then go through Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar before heading to Singapore in late November. Vietnam gets missed off this list, but becomes the fall back next year if we can't get to India after all. So now we just need to find a ship off ...
Today began in a leisurely fashion with breakfast not beginning until 8.30. Our guide rang the hotel to say they were caught in a traffic jam so eventually we set out at 9.45. A digression- the hotel is very pleasant and we had a good night's sleep despite the awful child upstairs who was still going at midnight. Our first stop was Yufeng Temple, a Tibetan temple. It is brightly coloured and surrounded by ...