Four Seasons International Youth Hostel
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... really hurt then rode back.Some people might find yet another village boring but I find them very easy on the eye/spirit.
winding lanes and old buildings and carts and drying produce.Went to see the 1 pagoda found an abandoned old Bai mansion next door with big old trees and odd stones placed around.but could not get to the pagoda.followed an old stone wall up into the foot hills.people manufacturing steel by hand in old stone sheds,things like that.Cont....
... lake. The
departure from Heather's hostel was complicated by the fact that
there was a marathon being run right through the centre of the town.
First stop was the same village we had been to with An. But we were
taken to some new places - a HUGE local Saturday market and a
different dyeing place. We priced what we had bought and found that
our lady had given us a better price. The drive round the lake
... Upwards and upwards and upwards we went untill me and the two French lads made it with time to spare. But where was Jintao? We waited, knowing there wasn't much time untill the bus and then up he came... puffing and panting... on top of..... another horse!
So with Jintao back on his two feet again we headed down to Lijiang. This spots not great, we stayed in the old town which is just 100 identical streets full of identical tacky tourist shops. ...
... down without falling into the fields, but two large concrete bollards acting as a width restriction blocked our exit. Try as he might (and believe me he did!) he couldn't squeeze the bus past. Backing up would have been fairly straight forward had it not been for the 25 other cars and trucks that had decided to follow us. Lots of horns tooting, people getting out to take a look and give advice, and even one man who armed with a ...
... was bending me double. I got dizzy, sweating and shooting pains piercing my gut but thankfully they passed. I did find the grottiest public poo ramp ever. It was 1st floor of a detached building right on the lake shore. There are 4 large steps up to a row of cubicles with only waist high partitions and no door. A track running underneath and a small bin for toilet paper which is customary even in the smartest toilets due to the drains regurgitating large amounts of waste if you try ...