Jade Dragon Garden Hotel
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... for dinner. We went to a really tasty local restaurant and then to Tom’s friends bar where they supplied us with endless beers and refused to let us pay! Result.
Later on that evening we were joined by Sana and Wietze (our Dutch friends from Dragon’s Backbone) and spent another day enjoying the city with their company. We were a little reluctant to say goodbye to Lijiang when our adventure finally had to continue, we will remember our time there very ...
... outside the guesthouse. We were able to take our time and enjoy the stunning scenery, not just of the gorge but also the countryside and the fields and village. It was a good walk down and back again and there was no one except locals about. Oh, except that we bumped into the crass Australian man who continued to make stupid comments. We had an interesting minivan ride back to Lijiang and was probably one of the worst trips I've ever had, not helped by the state of the road, ...
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 ...
... 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 ...