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... I looked out the window quite a few times. Ice and snow, ice and snow, as far as the eye could see. A pretty cool landscape. When flying from Thailand to Sweden you pass Afghanistan and the Middle East. I remember looking down on the desert landscape on that stretch and being fascinated that you can still see settlements, towns and roads. No matter where in the world you are, there will always be a sign of human presence, ...
... duck...because they like ducks. But Gracie and I had decided we're totally jumping into the Chinese experience this week!
When Gracie and I walk together in the United States...yes, people stare at us. I believe it's because she is just so darn cute!! But in the last 10 years, I have come to not notice it as much as I used to. Oh...people still stare at us, but I don't notice it very much. BUT here...everyone stares at us!! I ...
... and magnets are extremely high compared to the prices at the shops near the entrance. Be aware of this as you don't want to pay triple the price within the wall and find that the same thing at the bottom would have set you back a lot less. The UK lads with me demonstrated the art of bartering by each scoring books of postcards for a decent price. They were proud and happy with their purchases.
When you have reached the end of the path and are ready ...
... know, I'm terribly afraid of heights so this wasn't going to be a walk in the park for me. Of course, like an idiot, I looked down. "Way to go, *******", I heard in my head as I grabbed the hand rail for dear life and slowly crept down the steep steps to the bottom.
Our next stop was the Lama Temple. A note to my fellow readers, this place is best visited in the fall. Even though it's cold as hell, the tree lined entry way is gorgeous ...
... scrambled, but how about injecting it with soy sauce and leaving it to rot for a couple of weeks...yes it's a Fermented Egg. In Two Spare a thought for this poor animal because it won't been remembering much now...it's ducks brains In Three You may remember her from Gladiators, and just like her rippling biceps it's crunchy, it's oily and slightly salty...it's Jet (not really) ...it's scorpion. In Four Starring in such epics as the addictive Nokia 5110 ...