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Travel Blogs from Lhasa
Tashi dele...that's hello in Tibetan!!
Managed to arrive in Lhasa only 20 minutes late which by Chinese standards almost means we arrived early!! Met by our guide, Sunam, who gave me a traditional Tibetan greeting with the "Hada"- a white silk scarf placed ceremonially around my neck before setting off to my hotel.
Evamaria85 stayed here on Apr 19, 2011 during their trip titled: Summer school in Singapore and interning in China.
Molinaellingsen stayed here on Oct 18, 2010 during their trip titled: Molina and Ellingsen take on the world .
Xi’an was China's ancient capital prior to Beijing when known as Chang’an, and is without doubt the most classically Chinese looking and feeling city we have come across on our adventures through the middle kingdom. The city is littered with pagodas, Chinese pavilions and classical oriental palaces; however the highlight is the 9 mile …
A smooth drive day, after a fancy breakfast in the hotel. I fashioned a sandwich from some sort of sausage, fried eggs and a slice of tomato. The scenery soon changed from the brown hills that rose and fell changing onto hills with some green shrub like trees, some oddly had sides of deep sand. We also tracked Tibet's longest river The Yarlung Tsangpo, which is also the highest river in the world, well I did not know I would be seeing ...