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... 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 ...
... to sell you things. Instead, today, we walked round the newer town which has more normal shops and markets, although still a surprisingly high number of places to eat. If you want clothes, shoes, mobile phones or a haircut, then Lijiang is the place to come! The town is almost completely surrounded by hills, and climbing the pagoda on top of Lion Hill gives a good all round view, aswell showing the difference between old and new towns. Yesterday we walked north to Black Dragon ...
... up a cargo ship from either Hong Kong or Taiwan. We considered this. It would mean obtaining a new Chinese visa, and looping back north again, but it sounded possible. They then offered us a Cruise ship, which is going from Singapore direct to Sydney, where Tom and Marie are currently living, but going in late November, a couple of months earlier than we'd envisaged. However, apart from being a Cruise ship, ...
... most well-known tourist destination in Yunnan. It's a beautiful city, but full of tourists. There are two ancient cities there. Shuhe old town is the smaller of the two, and it's just outside the city, so we decided to stay there. We found a really nice hotel to stay at there, then headed out in the evening to wander along the winding streets and canals. It's a really beautiful place, peaceful even with all the tourists, shops and cafes. We spent the following ...
... is a 5 storey Pagoda which sits on the top of Lion Hill Park and overlooks the whole of Lijiang. The structure has the largest natural pillars of any such towers in China. There is a Buddhist Temple at one side of the Pagoda with a Drum and Bell Tower. It was definitely worth the walk upto the top, the Pagoda was brilliant and the views of the city amazing. In the gardens that surround the Pagoda we came across ...