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... the hills already assume dark red and green colors. We stop to take pictures, but it is unnecessary, because in the park, the colors are even more stunning. The land has been pushed up, and layers of iron, copper and sulfur (I presume) containing stone have been turned and twisted out of the earth. As always, the stronger layers have resisted the impact of the elements the longest, and now form a protective layer for the strata below. In this area of negligible rainfall, ...
... were abandoned.
Flagging traveler was noted as we bombed down the highway. The snow had disappeared but no app report to confirm the elevation drop. A Chinese tank was being carried somewhere. Not a lot of military uniforms seen on the trip. Began some cards with Petulant, Dave and Graham. Graham won the first game of YCABH and I took the second. Began a game of euchre before we stopped. Dumb card notes were Petulant asking for 3 ...
... have ever come across. The area was recently protected by UNESCO and has also featured in the Guardian travel guide - and with lots of investment pouring into the surrounding infrastructure in it is clear that the rocks are set to become a major Chinese tourist location.
We returned to the city at the end of our tour just as the local food vendors were starting business, so we spent the evening sat out in a square beside the bell tower which ...
... range beyond. Melons, corn, sunflowers...
*At 200 km we turn off the main route through Linze to the Zhangye Danxia Geological Park. An area of beautifully coloured rock strata formed millions of years ago from a combination of sandstone, shale and mudstone.
*Unfortunately our visit coincides with the sun at its hottest and brightest. ' Mei ban fa' as the Chinese would say. Our schedule does not allow us to delay our visit until ...
... platform. It would appear that the Chinese have also adopted the tradition of celebrating All Hallows E ve (halloween).
Finally found a pair of heels to die for and yes they do have shoes for big footed people here! It was insane having about 6 or 7 shop assistants running around the shop looking for shoes and boots in my size for me to try on. Talk about customer service! The best bot was when I went to pay they were on discount. Mum's main ...