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... think this means if the rocks starts to collapse run! and 'here no loitering photographs asks you to pass fast! i.e Move fast along this section. These translations make us giggle. Obviously these spots provide the best photo opportunities so we tend to ignore the signs! We do not think this would meet health and safety standards in the UK! We spot the road on the other side of the gorge and it looks horrendous, especially when you see the number of landslides from ...
... has taken Ian's request "for a little spicy" to mean spicy, spicy and spicy. The village is full of dogs and some take a liking to sitting under our table. At least we are not sitting at the table where the male and female dog decide to mate! Back in the car for our trip up the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain. We drive higher and higher up the mountain until we stop outside a very smart looking visitors centre. We are not sure exactly what is going on but ...
... Government water. No need for Severn Trent here! Apparently Lijiang is known as Chinese Venice. We continue walking around this fascinating place, peeking through open doors to reveal beautiful little courtyards where real life takes place. The place is very tranquil yet busy with the hussle and bustle of everyday life, plus a few tourists (mainly Chinese). Most of whom seem to spend their visit posing for selfies... We reach a central market place which is a real picture ...
... chatting in the Town Square. We feasted on tasty morsels while enjoying the twinkling of lights and lanterns, at night. Strolling to the North gate, we were welcomed by the old Water Wheel, which did as its name suggests. Much of the Old Town’s water came from the melting snow from Jade Dragon Mountain, which can be accessed by cable car for tourists to view some of the 13 peaks and beautiful scenery. This is definitely an area where ...
... out the van, and that's when we saw what the problem was. There had been a rock slide ahead and large rocks had totally blocked the road so nothing could pass through. Workmen were there and they started ushering us back. They had been laying explosives on the rocks to try and clear road. About 10 minutes later there was a large cloud of dust shortly followed by a huge bang which echoed throughout the gorge. Once the dust had cleared, we could see that the road was ...