Haiyun Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... travel across to Sichuan to see some national parks and climb some mountains (and see the pandas OFC), before making my way into Yunnan via the Sichuan-Tibetan Highway. I'll be spending a lot of time at altitude which isn't my favourite, but the scenery will be rewarding. In Yunnan I'll be spending time in some ethnic minority villages and seeing some more beautiful scenery, hopefully the rice terraces, Lugu Lake and Tiger Leaping Gorge. But let's see what I can fit in!