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... artists new ways of drawing things such as clouds and trees.
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Our last stop is in the Ming Dynasty. The capital of the Ming Empire is the same as the Yuan: Beijing. It looks really ...
... process and customs clearance was smooth and by noon, we were sitting on the pool deck enjoying a beer before lunch at the Windjammer.
Our room was ready at 1.00pm so we went to check it out and were pleasantly surprised at the space and storage. Not cramped at all and the balcony is fantastic.
Only one issue, Rob's bag is not there. Ooops, ...
... numerous times not to.. wanted to beat them! flash photography could cause accidents!
The driving here is crazy and I for one cant believe that the cyclists, motor bike riders, tuk tuk riders, scooter riders etc dont wear helmits - we sit in the bus with our eyes closed because everyone just drives and hoots and almost squishes everyone - its crazy!
Anyway, its Panda's tomorrow so Im off to bed! Too excited for words ...
... a small table with a heater underneath. To keep the warm air concentrated, a heavy tablecloth was placed over the table and there we stayed for the evening just chatting and fobbing off the pushy hard-sell. It was too cold to do anything else really. Probably could have gone for a wander, but with no street lighting, slippery steep paths, really there was no choice but to stay indoors.
While the room had an air conditioner, it was possibly the coldest night I've ...
... the province -much like Tibet itself- was virtually closed to western travelers after the riots in Tibet in 2008 until 2010, and has more internet and travel restrictions than other parts of China).
There is nothing much to do or see in Lanzhou, but it's pleasant enough (when the air is not too polluted) to go for a walk along the Yellow River.
On Monday morning I went to ...