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... entry is actually being made at the end of our time in Tibet. One can not be too picky about being warm, things being clean, & toilet facilities in Tibet. 2 of our hotels have not had heat & it is not warm here. In fact, it is cold. We brought body warmer items made for winter hunting in Nebraska, so we were toasty in ...
... when there is a wrong answer. Since there is always an audience of tourists, it appears that to some extent they are playing to the house. In any case it was interesting to watch.
Dinner was again at a local restaurant and since it is my last night in Tibet I dined on yak. Truth be told, yak is kind of tough and stringy and tastes pretty much like beef. But it's the thought that counts.
... guard came up and took the book off him and said something in Chinese (which I think was; it says Thailand you dummy). As he went bright red and she gave us our book back. Safely through the other side we said goodbye to the Nepalese guide and he said a man will follow us to give us our books. We met our Tibetan driver who helped us carry our bags up a hill to the jeep. A guy came up to us saying you want to change money? He was the 20th person to do so, so ...
Xi'an Railway Station was quite peaceful compared to Beijing, There was a waiting room upstairs for my train and as I arrived early I got a seat but closer to departure it was chocca. When they called our train, the chaos begun, everyone headed for one small gate and
basically I just got carried away with them. The train came from Beijing so we only had 10 minutes to board it and I just got on board my carriage when it headed off again.
The route from Xian ...
... in Lhasa right now, he laughed nervously, and said "Things are never quiet in Lhasa". Luckily, we arrived at the start of a very significant holiday (the anniversary of the birth of the present Buddah), so the city was filled with pilgrims in the traditional dress from all regions of Tibet, and no one seemed to have strife on their minds. The streets were crammed with people and there were some temples we opted out of going in because of the lines. But the costumes ...
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