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... the swallowing of their bounty. I pictured us far out on a small craft, the lapping of the waters drowning out the traffic's rumble, ringed by snow capped peaks, in transcendental tune with the generations of a millennium; perhaps the gentle fisherfolk would allow us to clumsily thrust a bird out, or pass us the tidbit used to entice her back to the boat, and oh how we'd laugh and bond, and realise that our peoples are not so different.
After five weeks, ...
... wandering the streets where horses and carts vied with tuk tuks to provide the public transport. Many of the ladies wore traditional dress and in the surrounding fields work was carried out manually much as it must have been for centuries. The rich merchants had their mansions to the east of the old town and one of these is now a very expensive hotel, Linden Centre. We called in for some tea and snacks and a sneaky look around.
Next our ...
... ended up in the vertical position (now how did that happen lol!!)
Riding through the streets and laneways provided such a different perspective on China and was an amazing way to connect with the local people...that was until after four hours and our butts were numb!!!
To soothe our pain, we returned to the cafe for tiramisu, coffee and a cheese ...
12h00 Déjeuner. Mêmes règles que pour le petit déj. Les repas de midi et du soir consistent de 5 ou 6 plats de légumes et de tofu, très bons, avec du riz, bien sûr. On est ensuite libre jusqu’à 16h.
16h00-18h00 Entrainement. Pareil que le matin.
19h00 Prières du soir pour les moines. On a assisté un soir.
20h30 Un des étudiants chante et sonne la cloche pendant 30 minutes.
21h30 Au lit.
... sights. The Westerners do likewise, though with the influx of Han Chinese tourists, they are trying to extract even more obscure, 'authentic' experiences outside of Dali.
Years ago, Dali was the darling of backpackers, but recently it's been thrown over like some peri-menopausal first wife in favor of the newer and more exciting Lijiang, which in turn is in the midst of been discarded like the trophy second wife for the 'wild and spiritual' Shangri-la. ...