Conifer Lishui Yang'guang Hotel
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- Free parking
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... of Chinese tourists a day, snapping pictures and wanting to experience their slice of beautiful, non-developed China resulting in the centre feeling more like a novelty tourist attraction than an authentic piece of Chinese culture. At the main entrance you are even greeted with the tell-tale McDonalds 'M' attempting to fit with its surroundings. Needless to say, it doesn't quite get away with it!
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... We had two more days in the area, wandering, shopping, relaxing. We also visited another village in the mountains a couple hours away. Then we got the train back to Kunming and flew back home to Henan province. We put in a lot of miles in Yunnan - on trains and on foot, but the blue skies and sunshine really helped to refresh us and prepare us for the spring semester ahead. I hope you are having a lovely spring wherever you are. Until next time,
... the train. Our rather frustrating journey left us tired and feeling underprepared when we stepped out of the station at Lijiang. Fortunately everything quickly got a whole lot better!
Our hostel was one of the most welcoming places we’ve been to yet. When we arrived several of the guests were just sitting down to dinner with Tom, the owner, and they shared their amazing food with us. Staying at October Inn with Tom felt like staying with a friend. We had a ...
... the next month is more of the same. They both have to work in the city and cannot take care of him in the peak tourist season. They are both English speaking guides and need to take advantage of the work when it becomes available. Lily is Han and her husband is Naxi minority...which means they can have two children. But Lily is not confident that this will happen. The threat of the expense associated with having a second boy overwhelms any maternal feelings.
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Then we arrived at the hardest part of the hike (I think). It's called the 27 bends (I didn't count). The path is suddenly extremely steep and winds up the valley side in a long series of really small bends! The Lonely Planet (guide book) states that the hike is not the easiest even for sporty and fit people.. well now I knew why. It was the best feeling reaching the highest point where there was also some wind! Had ...