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... return journey, because we will be arriving, and therefore leaving, Australia earlier than planned. And that swung it. This means we plan to arrive in Laos next week, and then go through Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar before heading to Singapore in late November. Vietnam gets missed off this list, but becomes the fall back next year if we can't get to India after all. So now we just need to find a ship off ...
... section to leap across the gorge. It's also one of the deepest gorges in the world at 16 kilometres long and 3900 metres from the river to the mountaintops.
It's quite a walk down to the viewing platforms. We were there early so the sun hadn't reached into the gorge and the wind was still really cold. At least there weren't too many people there as the ...
... stage which is a rarity in rural China. There were tiny little shops around the square. I bought a pendant made by the lady who owned the store. A tiny bar only had room for about 10 customers.
Beyond the town was a lovely old arched bridge. The town is a popular set for movies and there was a movie being shot on the bridge while we were there.
After leaving Shaxi Andy pointed out a mountain range in the distance and said that's where ...
... to be a sameness about the days ... and he's right. We get up each morning to decisions about what to eat for breakfast; we can count on someone to look after us and smooth out every pending wrinkle in our day; we walk (usually up hills and stairs); we hoe into a lunch that is representative of the ethnic culture of the community we are visiting; we walk a bit more (usually up hills and stairs) sometimes travelling in an Eco-bus or lined up with hordes of people waiting to ...
... temps de dire au revoir à notre Shaxi bien-aimée. Nous allons regretter le bon air et l'atmosphère lente et atemporelle de ce petit village chinois, où nous nous croyons perdus Dan un compte de fée. Nous espérons que ce petit paradis gardera son charme une fois la grande autoroute terminée.
Grâce a nos bases en mandarin nous réussissons finalement a obtenir une place en minibus, dans lequel nous devons attendre que toutes les places soient ...