Haoting Tianlong Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pass the world's highest freshwater lake. I don't see much of the scenery that we pass but what I do see is, strangely, barren but beautiful with the odd nomad or yak farmer thrown in.
I don't use the oxygen mask because I'm not awake long enough to ask for one. I try and get some without the mask though. Doesn't work. ...
... Lotus Flower", which sounds a bit girly. His argument is that the "blue" part makes it a boy's name.
The great thing about Long is that he speaks English and has helped us with the announcements and, most importantly, translating the document we had to sign on the train. The document that says, "I know and accept the risk of ascending to a height more than 3,000m and if I die then it's not the fault ...
... depends on which travel book you use...). It's painted in green, and looks like what we saw in the travel books lol This change of train was quick and smooth, in 20 minutes everything was done and we still had some spare time to take pictures at the station. And this time, it's my turn to take the upper berth*.
When the train departed, the carriage attendant turned up and explained (by shouting out loud) roughly how ...
... help us out when we got off the train by coming with us on the bus to the hostel and they would then head in to the city centre from there. First task... getting on the bus! The queue was unbelievable and the pushing from the locals to get on meant that we had little chance of getting on the first one or many more thereafter. We said to the Chinese lads that we would be happy to pay for a taxi for all of us if they could agree the price with the driver. In the end they got us ...
... that they would just be grown for their beauty.
*At the end of each line of green houses is a small hut with a single Chinese character painted boldly on the wall facing the road. The huts together form a series of government exhortations to be productive workers, protect the environment, respect culture, be obedient citizens etc. In China such signage used to be a very common form of government communication with its citizens and obviously ...