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Vi skriver altså ikke så meget, vi har ikke tid da vi oplever så meget hele tiden, men vi nyder virkelig at se på kortet hvor vi befinder os, så vi må skrive noget mere om hvad vi oplever når vi en dag får tid :)
Vi håber at i alle har det herligt hjemme i lille Danmark.
Hilsen Jesper og Lotte
... at times, becoming as thin as 10 inches and with cracks corroding it as it hugged the wavering mountain side. After riding through the beautiful countryside, with some brief stops to absorb the landscapes, we skidded to a stop in a small small town. We went to a teashop where there was dark brown wooden tea table with shades of red seeping through the sun lit spots. It had been carved with an obese Buddha that melted into terraces terraces. These Terraces are different levels of the ...
... out of bed and checked out of the hostel at 11 am. Sigh, I could only do what I wanted when I was by myself - having a travel companion was a nice thing but it came at the expense of some private times, especially when the travel-relationship lasted too long. It had been almost a month since I knew Qiong - unbelievable! We made a slow and complete sweep of the ancient city for the last time and ending the walk around 4 pm. We bought what we wanted and visited the places - in ...
... the rat hole we are in now
No toilets on the same floor, no showers on the same floor, the place smells strange, the staff don’t give a toss, the food is expensive, so different from our last place
We have a choice tomommow, leave here early and go to the other place (which we cant get our rooms until 12 anyway) or hang about in this rat hole
I cant wait to get out of it
We have had ...
... gutting, but it was actually mostly down hill or flat. As we reached the outskirts of the enormous city, we realised that we must have cycled to well above 2000m on our journey from Chengdu, (at 500m). No wonder it was so cold, and we are so very exhausted.
The 6 mile ride through the city to our hotel was fun and we were excited to see our first non-chinese person for 12 days. Arriving at the Camellia Hotel, we got into a funny conversation ...