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So now begins the road trip portion of our Chinese Adventure. It took around 5 hours to drive to Dali but it was worth it, driving is one of my favourite ways to get around as I have been doing more driving than flying on any holiday I have been on. I just think it is a much better way to see some of the local sites and countryside.
... ride to Erhai Lake where we got into a boat and were taken out on the lake. Here we watched some cormorant fishing. The birds have their necks tied so when they catch a fish, they can't swallow it and the fisherman can scope it up with his net. We then each got a turn holding two of the birds if we wanted and could have it sit on our head. After going back to shore we got to witness a tea ceremony and try four different types of tea. Each one had a different thing it ...
Yesterday we undertook a drive in the most fancy car Ive been in in China... ever. A Volkswagen Passat :p with the help of our friend from the hostel we arranged a drive in a car instead of having to go on the touristbusses. We waited outside a childrens hospital, where one was exposed to an array of deformities, which was quite grotesque.
On the 3-4 hour drive up we drove through mountains and valleys, and on the drive ...
... area, I was on a mission to get a picture of myself to match ones of my brother here in 2005. But, the drowning clouds; the new dam that had made the river higher, brown instead of topaz, and too wide for a tiger to leap across; and the absence of our buddy Pat, to photograph me making my limbs into a victory "X"; all doomed me. Also, my brother Brandon is a looker. Round-headed, bald-headed, green-eyed, spiky-smiled, ...
Wake up with slight rain, and still no hot water in the room. First visit: Black Dragon Pool, a park placed inside Old Town, containing a small lake and some beautiful views. The first thing we do there is to seal our love by carving our names in a lock that has no key. This lock has been blessed by a dongba (a kind of pope of the local religion). A short walk under the rain, a shorter visit of the Dongba museum, and we leave Lijiang ...