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... their local specialities of either hot lamb sandwiches or fried chilli potatoes. The supply of food goes on and on seemingly for miles.
In 1974 a farmer was digging a well in his field. He came to a stop when he a uncovered a few pieces of terracotta pottery and some bronze objects. Unknowingly at that point, the farmer had just made the most significant archeological discovery in all of China, possibly the world. He had stumbled across the the ...
... in the city. Entering Tibet from Nepal
requires travel on a group visa, but individual visas are then required for
continued travel in China after the tour ends. This all involved filling out
forms and getting photographed, leaving our passports behind for several days
while we made a little loop detour to Xiahe and Bingling Si, and retrieving
them three days later. By the time we left to continue on to Pingliang I had
enough of Lanzhou.
... on but it was not the best. I now no how billy feels with his 99p stuff ha. I arrived at the 28 bends which is meant to be the hardest part of the trail. Off with the poncho and sat back with my chinese pot noodle waiting on the rain to die down. 15 mins later i set off again poncho and all with it still raining but not as bad. Peaked at the 28 bends at 2670m only half the mountain but the views where great if not a bit spoilt with the rain and cloud cover. At ...
... isn’t yellow at all, but rather ...
... I need good hiking shoes and I am sorry for not heeding your kind advice). I have no idea what made me go on, it was scary because of the rain, my slippery shoes and the muddy pathway. But I did. (will post the photos on Facebook once i get the chance). I reached what I thought was the destination for a great photo shot. But Zhao xifu, pressed on. And so i did. Like some hero, he climbed to the top of some rocks, and in his slippers, which apparently had more grip ...