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... journey, through numerous tunnels as we head through the mountains. It is beautiful and very green and we see the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain in the distance. We are both surprised when we reach our destination an hour earlier than planned. Apparently no traffic today, we have been lucky. Ian goes for a quick toilet stop at a horrendous looking toilet! Kate decides she can wait. We head off along the lovely trail. It is a bit chilly in the shade and Kate is pleased ...
... Their cameras all come out, they jump out of their seats and snap away leaning over each other to get the best view. The bus turns around a sharp bend and they all go flying, more noise - hilarious! We reach our destination to find the next part of the journey involves a cable car. It is strange to be travelling in a gondola without skis! We then take a 30 minute walk through the beautiful trees to the meadow beneath the mountain. We're at 3300 metres ...
... similar at the Great Wall. Out of the corner of our eye amongst the street food we spot a KFC and a Pizza Hut! Clearly the Chinese are also starting to have second thoughts about eating rice and noodles for breakfast, lunch and dinner! We continue walking and spot locals and visitors all dancing together in different groups. This time they are dancing to traditional music. It is fascinating to watch the young, the old, businessman, mothers, a complete mix of Lijiang ...
... mouthful. We have also never bought so much tea and Tubbz will not step outside without a flask of hot water containing all sorts of leaves and flowers floating around inside.
But above all of this, something we will always remember about China is the incredible reaction we have received from the people we have met.
As Western tourists are few and far between, older generations of Chinese have seemed bemused by us, staring at us ...
... bought a CD on the way out!
Young people in traditional dress worked in shops, restaurants and tourist spots, but most of the cultural activities were performed by elderly people - apparently the Yunnan Opera company closed 10 years ago for lack of interest. We couldn’t help but wonder where Naxi culture would be in 10 or 20 years time.
We walked up to the hilltop Looking at the Past Pavillion which gave us ...