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In some ways Lijiang feels like it's desperately trying to cling on to the past, with each original property made of wood with traditional roofs and the new or restored properties being made in replica. Chinese lanterns complete the picture giving the Old Town all the attributes it needs to meet the visitors' expectations. However, each building houses an overpriced shop, hotel, bar or restaurant and the cobbled streets ...
... of the hotel were very friendly and helpful. The young couple had been successful TV personalities in Sichuan province, but they gave it all up to move to Shangri-La and open a hotel. Their parents thought they were crazy, but followed them to Shangri-La to help with the hotel. The wife's father became our local tour guide, driving us to visit a hot spring pool and a famous Tibetan silver knife factory. Many of the shops and restaurants around town were closed ...
... ensued a few hours later when in the pitch black of night 2 men came into Sarah’s cabin (having got the wrong one) and sat on her. She was not best pleased the following morning.
We changed trains in Kunming, for what we thought was a 7 hour journey. 5 hours in, having just made my instant noodle dinner I casually looked out the window as we pulled into a station and spotted the name, Lijiang. Our stop. We hurriedly grabbed all our belongings and flung ...
... delicious. Back through the park, through the lanes to our hotel. I managed to get a map from the hotel staff and marked the hotel on it. After a rest we set off to explore. We have spent the afternoon just wandering. We found the post office, bought postcards and then sat in the square while I wrote them and then posted them. The ladies and men were dancing again and the square and town were very busy. We went up and down lanes, bought ice lollies, delicious, had tea and buns in ...
... up tomorrow...great job you! DJ....you're on..and even the M1 to Gilmour.
@RosEdmunds and @MrsAngell ... Got a little teary girls with your comments ..must be feeling a tad homesick
@Denise...thinking the blue skies will soon disappear as we head back to the coastal cities. When we were in Chengdu I realised that there were some children who had never seen the moon or the stars! The simple little things we take for granted...makes you love and appreciate Paradise even ...