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Travel Blogs from Lijiang
... square market draws me in, my heart stops... Where do I start? I pass by the barely separated stalls the range of food is so diverse, eye bulging and unforgettable.
Baby lobster, chard grilled squid, array of rice salamis, yak kebab sticks, fried snake skin, fried ...
After a day of rest we went to the next local attraction, Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, which is about 30 minutes drive from Shuhe. We got a driver for the whole day, so we could go at our own pace and didn't have to follow a tour. In the end it was cheaper to go on our own, rather than with a tour, plus we got to see a lot of stuff that was off the beaten path.
Once we had our tickets for both the park, and the gondola up the mountain, we ...
... they have done a decent job of maintaining the trail. In the middle of the trail you can brave the 20m ladder, but for me it's only appeal was on the way back up. Going down it didn't seem like a good idea.
The rapids were pretty ******* scary. No chance of survival if you fell in. Seemingly unrunnable by even the best paddler. No lines that didn't lead to almost instant death were visible to me. ...
... that matter) during a national holiday.
There are several nice little hikes up into the foothills behind the old town that offer views of Lijiang and Shuhe. You do have to watch out for the inevitable afternoon showers if you are here during the monsoon season as I am. The oldtown itself is a maze of stone streets filled with shops, restaurants, inns, tea houses, bars, and all things tourist. If you have a nice quite place ...
Lijiang – a city amongst the top few hallowed tourist destinations in China, certainly a favourite for those travelling deep into the south west. Having heard so many people rave about it, I figured that it was a good place to start my travels. Granted a lot of people also rave about Dali, but the difference between the two seems to be that while Dali is a nice cultural centre, Lijiang also has it in spades in natural ...
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