Lhasa Manasarovar Hotel
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... between the APEC countries. A professor of Peking University noted that there is a great danger to push forward economic reforms and leave behind the Cultural and Spiritual aspects, be it within or without a religion. This remark made me consider the situation of violence in Mongolia. This country received Budhism from Tibetan monks and so they follow the same path of Budhism. On the other hand, it seems to me that misery is much higher in ...
... contrast with soviet styled buildings, large mining operations and orderly Chinese styled towns. I assume that once it used to look how I imagined, maybe before the Chinese destruction? As the train enters Lhasa I am surrounded by mass construction projects and concrete Chinese high rises. It looks pretty much like any other modern Chinese city I've been to. Very little remains of old Tibet but as I enter the Muslim Quarter I discover it has not ...
I was hoping to sleep in this morning but it was so loud in the Hostel I ended up waking around 8ish. I started packing again and realised that my Timbuk2 seemed too over stuffed and I took some good advice from my friend Kashif who told me to get rid of the panda bear and the heavy frame (but keep the picture) from the Panda Base. So I left these items along with the yucky beef flavored candy I got with the Hostel staff who were kind enough to get a cab ...
... Alicia, Dave, Luke and I went to a restaurant to try a set Tibetan menu. Some of it, like the fried yak meat break was lovely, some of it, like the raw spiced yak mince was surprisingly ok, and other bits like the Tsampa, which is essentially unseasoned raw dough was not nice. It was good fun and then we were taken to bar that Alicia and Dave had found that served really good merlot for a reasonably price. It was the first of two nights we would end up there. The ...
... kept concentrated on the street, hoping to not throw up or make an accident! :/
Samye Monastery and the pray hill
Once in Samye, the monastery was almost closes, so we had to postpone the tour to the morning after. But we still had the time to enjoy the warm day and to climb the hill full of pray flags.
On the top, the wind started to blow stronger and all the colored pray flags waved around us.
We kept going to climb till the top where a ...