Jade Dragon Garden Hotel
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... exploring the narrow winding streets of Lijiang’s old town and then eating with Tom and the other guests in the evenings. On our third day we got a bus to ‘Tiger Leaping Gorge’ for a hike that we’d been looking forward to since leaving England.
A famous part of this trek is the ’28 bends’, an exhausting steep climb. We heard it was near the start of the trek and so after a couple of hours of exhausting climbing at altitude ...
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 ...
... and, at 15¥, was so incredibly cheap. Several local workmen came in for their lunch and, as is the Chinese way, left a big mess on the floor. In China it is customary to throw your rubbish and food waste onto the floor or tablecloth and, as their lunch included meat on the bone, there was a lot of mess left behind. As we came over the top of the mountain a plateau opened ...
... 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 ...
... and Shanghai. At the restaurant we found a seat by the window and order a spicy hotspot with potatoes and Yak meat, a noodle dish, and some fired pork ribs. We also got a couple of cold Dali beers. The meal was great and we took our time enjoying the food and watching all the people walk by. Yunnan has been a great change of pace from Beijing where we were constantly trying to get around to all the sites in the rain. Here things are much slower and ...