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... changed with the travel restrictions and need for passes to get into Tibet. There is still a hippy vibe, but now there are very few western tourists, so it is the Chinese tourists that buy the henna tattoos and cheesecloth shirts. Most of the tourists are young, student age, and we quite often saw a small group of them in identical voluminous brightly patterned trousers or flowery headbands.
Another symptom is the drum shops you see everywhere. In ...
... they became Chinese. The Bai were not happy about it so wiped out the emperors 150,000 troops and apparently held themselves in a large cave.(the story got a bit vague there) The Bai then spoke to the Chinese and told the emperor that they had great respect for the emperors general (in spite of the flogging they had just given him) but preferred a peaceful solution. A truce was called and the Bai were left alone. They would be part of china ...
... opens out to reveal a horizon more distant than I've yet seen in my two weeks in China. The final town of the day is Dacun, which has many mosques, and I am surprised how many women wear the headscarf here.
Mao Lian reservoir no. 5, entices me from the open highway with its huge grassy areas - too inviting of a campsite to miss, although as always I am careful to enter discreetly.
And by noon the following day I am overlooking the enormous lake and mountains between which Da Li ...
... wine prohibits me from elaborating further.)
Lush valleys, waterfalls, breathtaking views of Erhai Lake... we don't need to go into specifics do we? We know you'd rather look forward to the 6000-odd photos we're going to show you when we get back. Aren't you lucky? The real reason we won't go into too much detail, is that we need to save some superlatives for Tiger Leaping Gorge.
Lijiang next, to really put the finest trek-shoes a tenner can buy to the test. Nice one ...
... the kitchen, still smelt of stale chip fat....I begun to suspect this was not the place I wanted to spend the next week. At 5am when the leaking toilet was still keeping me awake this view was consolidated. At 8am when the music on the street started again, I got out of bed and hastily got on the internet to find somewhere else to stay. I have ended up at a new place called ...