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... we see stars (incredibly rare in China!), but the Milky Way, and there was silence except for the sound of frogs trilling away.
We were lucky enough to find two very good restaurants in Shaxi. One was a Bai restaurant just off the main square called Ban Zian Ju. We ate braised pork, twice cooked pork, "1000 pieces of meat" (disappointingly an overestimate) which was pork steamed in a clay pot with pickled vegetables and spices), fried lotus, ...
... or whatever the correct English name is. By the way it is Sichuan and not Szechuan. The dish I took a photo of is my favorite, Yu Shan Qie Zi, which translates to something like eggplant swimming like fish (contains no fish). I'll be learning how to cook this and many more Chinese dishes this week as I'm living with my Chinese Mama, another teacher at the university I worked at last semester. She's just like ...
... www.travelpod.com/dashboard/ent ry/1/1438336398#here tea was traded through Tibet and to India, so it’s quite a historical town where the Bai minority live. Most of the ethical minorities of China are found in Yunnan. This site has been well-preserved and I think it’s now a UNESCO world heritage site (everything in China seems to be a world heritage site these days).
I met some Swiss guys on the minibus there and so ...
In some ways Lijiang feels like it's desperately trying to cling on to the past, with each original property made of wood with traditional roofs and the new or restored properties being made in replica. Chinese lanterns complete the picture giving the Old Town all the attributes it needs to meet the visitors' expectations. However, each building houses an overpriced shop, hotel, bar or restaurant and the cobbled streets ...
... d'ananas et le riz frit, un
changement de bus et nous voila finalement arrivés à Lijiang.
Lijiang! Que pouvons-nous dire? Nous
sommes arrivés dans un virage sur la route et devant nos yeux il y
avait une énorme ville (ou au moins relativement énorme pour Yunnan). Il y avait des gens partout (des Chinois touristes et moins touristes) . L'endroit était beaucoup plus touristique que nous avions prévu. Nous
avions pensé que ...