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... br> Now, Chinese hippies
Quit jobs, move to Dali and sell handmade wares on a rug on the street
As we eat and chat, we watch a store being set up across the way
First carefully placed drinks, soda and others
Then baskets of snacks and kebabs ready to cook and bowls of stuff
A never ending parade of diverse humanity between us and them
... of the gorge (Jessica and I ate it once each...Kelli is a mountain
goat) and took two cabs back to Jane's (one cab per each side of a landslide that ruined the highway).
The hike was more challenging than most I've completed, but it was hands down my favorite. The views were unbeatable, and it gave me a taste of what I want for myself one day. You really can't go wrong living in ...
... is actually now today as I got interrupted writing my blog last night) a group of us are taking a boat cruise around the lake. It sounds like it will be quite touristy, but I like the idea of relaxing on a boat. Then this afternoon we are taking the bus to Kunming, our last stop in Yunnan province before heading on an overnight train to Yangshuo. As a side note, my phone is basically out of space so I won't be able to post too many more pics on here until I get ...
... this since traveling in China -- tourist locations and really spiking in price.
Conversations we've had with locals living in the area confirm it.
So we took some pictures from afar. It didn't look all that impressive but maybe we were wrong. If you ever end up going there, let us know. :-)
The next day we caught a morning bus to Lijiang, which was supposed to be one of the most scenic towns in China.
... time remaining calm and quiet. By 5:30am, the rat disappeared. I then held camp, watching for its return, while Marcia slept. By 7am I fell asleep, and at 8am the older women woke us up so that we could start our day.
After another short walk around the Daoist Temple, Marcia and I purchased some delicious and interesting locally prepared food (e.g., Fungus). And by 9:30am we ...