Jade Dragon Garden Hotel
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A lazy and relaxed start to the day saw us having breakfast on the terrace: pancakes with honey and walnuts! The main reason we ate outside was that there was a very loud Australian in the dining room who, in the space of ten minutes yesterday evening, managed to insult each of us and Sean with his crass and naff remarks, so we were avoiding him. But, as a consequence, it was so nice to eat outside. It felt so calm and peaceful. This morning we walked down to the gorge via a path from ...
Instead of the usual Chinese breakfast of rice soup or a dumpling and hard-boiled egg we had the chance for a delicious bowl of fruit, muesli, yoghurt and honey. It was delicious and made a welcome change. I chatted briefly to three Australian men who had brought their bikes over and were on a 'boys' cycling holiday - the Aussie version of Seamus, Paul and Pete! One of them was having to get the bus to Lijiang with his bike because ...
I woke this morning to the sound of the music on the rubbish truck: 'Fleur de Lis'. The rubbish trucks - and even the hand carts for rubbish - all play music to announce their arrival and the tune varies depending upon the region. In other places it has been Frosty the Snowman, which confused me for ages. The scenery and sights from the truck continue to impress and the time passes ...
... a bit chaotic because although there were three carousels, only one was used for all flights so it was crowded with bags and people. My bag came off reasonably early but three quarters of an hour later Mike's had not appeared. With no officials in sight we did not know what to do. We phoned our new guide, Sunny, but it wasn't until I noticed someone with an official badge that I was able to explain our predicament with a mixture ...
... herbalist and he explained what his various herbs did. Afterwards we drove to a temple dating back to the 17 hundreds. On the way we passed a tile making oven and stopped to look. The temple was rather run down but held half a dozen monks. On the way to the tea plantations we visited a village that makes paper mainly for tea. The village works communally, buying in the raw materials and selling it ...