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Travel Blogs from Lanzhou
... sugar, spring onion, garlic parsley and 2 mystery spices. This was by far David's favourite much to the amusement of the girl who served him them at least 5 times in just over 24 hours.
So our journey down south over the last few days has been very interesting, fun and occasionally a nightmare. It's nice to be in Chengdu, Sichuan now though where there's plenty to see, do and eat no doubt.
Things we have learned
1. Don't argue with drunk Chinese people (or ...
... Buddhism before, it was eye opening and incredible. The couple retired for the night and rested for a few days. They then traded for a horse to carry their possessions they set off to the maiji mountain grottos. Before they left the walked through the streets one last time and they noticed the people making beautiful textiles. Lan liked one the textiles so much that Chang traded once piece of silk for a textile.
... Along the way we saw the farming and fishing scenes of the locals as well as
water buffalo, ducks in large groups, goats and
many other small and larger tourist boats.
We arrived at Yangshou which was a very busy place with lots
of very in the face sellers of postcards and souvenirs. We walked through the
markets and stalls to our hotel, and then the 6 of us met in the lobby to
venture back into ...
... always two women in the front seat, dressed to the nines, who look like they're on the long journey just for something to do. They seem to view the ride as a sort of sight-seeing tour. They bring more snacks than enyone could possibly eat in the aloted time, and they chat and laugh noisily, occasionally nodding off for a short sleep.
After about five hours on the bus, we arrived in Lanzhou. It's the filthiest ...
... sheets did smell a little. I seriously thought I was the only guest till on the evening before I left for the airport, it has several guests, most Germans and Americans. And yes, Dali seems to have their fair share of German tourists. Mostly married or retired I think. Lesson learned, try to pick rooms near to the receiption area since I am so easily freak out. Arrived in Xishuangbana last night and it felt like I am in some part of rural Bangkok. The locals are much ...