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... la violence. Pourquoi la Mongolie est-elle devenue un pays si violent? J'ose mettre de l'avant la réflexion du prof de l'Université de Pékin: les Mongols se sonj jetés à pieds perdus sur la société de consommation et ils sont en train de perdre leur âme ou leur spiritualité pour ne rechercher le bonheur que dans les biens matériels. Alors ce qu'il leur manque et d'autres possèdenT, ils s'en accaparent. En tout cas, c'est une réponse possible ...
... long it takes a devout person to move through the building. As we were a tour group we were able to bypass the queues of people who waited patiently for the lines to move. Emerging onto the upper most floor of the temple, one is able to get a marvellous view across the square and onto the mountains beyond. Another large gold pavilion rests on this level of the building. From here we noticed an ensemble of army and police personnel ...
... peaks. Built in 779 AD it is the 1st monastery for monks in Tibet. Unfortunately the original monastery was destroyed during the cultural revolution with the current monastery reconstructed in the 1980s.
Then for a three and a half drive to Lhasa (another permit check) and after checking into our quaint Tibetan Hotel, we had the rest of the day free. We wandered ...
... it was quiet novel, so I paid her off, got her mother to take some pictures and went on my way. The second time it happen I said no but the little bugger wouldn't let go. So I carried on walking and dragged him over some rough ground until the little bugger let go. His mother wasn't pleased but then she should have taught him better, needless to say no one else grabbed my legs again! Chinese nationals are allowed to go pretty ...
... a great twisty road one had to be
careful on it as many parts of it were washed away and loads of the curves had
sand or loose stones laying all over the
show making it dangerous for us bikers.
Finally down at the bottom of the pass and we stop for
another quick rest alongside a river. This was to be a very quick stop as right
on our tail was a massive cloud with a whole pile of rain just heading our
After what seemed like another 100 miles we ...