Renhe Spring Garden Hotel
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... Baba, it is a thick wheat flatbread stuffed with meat, vegetables or sweets. Very yummy, but decadent.
Sam ate some Yak meat too, he wasn't to sure about that flavour.
The word Naxi descends from ethnically Tibetan Qiang tribes, and lived until recently in matrilineal families, which basically means the women run the show.
We walked up to the ...
... it seemed ;-).
Off to Kunming to get our visa for Vietnam
As Lijiang is too busy and not that huge, we are now heading after one day in town to Kunming, the biggest city and capital of Yunnan provence to acquire our visa for Vietnam. Let's hope that we can get the visa within one day so we do not have to spend much time in this (according to our travel book and other traveler's word of mouth) not really interesting city :-).
A spectacular two day hike through one of the world’s deepest gorges
The tiger leaping gorge is a 16 km long gorge and one of the deepest in the world. It measures up to 3.900 meters from the top of snow covered Haba Shan mountain to the Jinsha Jiang River floating down below. For the tourists, two trails and one road have been built through the gorge. The road is for the laziest tourists, who start at one side of the gorge and then hire a car to be driven to ...
... the trek, we were told that it would give us energy for the walk but I'm pretty sure weed has the opposite effect and we would be asleep on the cliff edge!! There was a part of the walk called 28 bends.. We were doing a lot of climbing and turning on bends so naturally thought we had started them.. We got some water from another stall and I casually asked how many we had done to be promptly told that we hadn't started it yet and maybe we ...
... What seemed like the tallest ladder ever, going up a sheer cliff face. Now for those of you who don't know, we're not the most height friendly people, and the old vertigo was setting in believe me. But, with some ushering and clinging on for dear life, we made it up and even climbed back to the top in time to enjoy some noodles before heading back!
Now I'm not going to lie, I was hoping for a good snooze on the way back. The combination of ...