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... a traditional Naxi Village. There are only 300,000 Naxi people in the world and their population has remained stable for several centuries. After our Yak and other dishes lunch we Drove by car, bus, gondola and then walked through a beautiful ancient spruce forest to a meadow where we could view the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain. It was cloudy and there was misty rain at times but it was beautiful. After eating Yak for lunch we saw some "living" Yak at the meadow. The walk was at ...
... t send message try subscribing to the blog. It is free. This may solve contact problems Tomorrow we will be catching a Gondola up to 3200m on the Snow Dragon Mountain. We will be visiting a meadow. We hope there won't be too many clouds. Our hotel here is in the old town which was rebuilt after an earthquake killed 2000 people in 1996. The hotel is ...
... as we still needed more cash to pay for the extra services (eg. breakfasts, washing machine use etc.) at the guesthouse, taxi to the station and enough groceries to last our next 2 nights on the train etc. Unfortunately, we miscalculated such that after buying a couple of more items in Shuhe (we had decided that Lijiang was the best place for souvenirs and gifts etc. than our final destination in China of Hong Kong, before heading home) we didn’t have enough to tip ...
... to dance. Evidently they meet here to gossip and dance. It was a very simple dance but charming. From there we followed the river to Gucheng Kou, a large square with a water wheel at its side. The streets were full of shops selling silver, locally known as snow silver, and many gifts. In a number of shops, the local women were weaving scarves which they were selling. According to our guide, Lijiang men are lazy, women do all the work while men sleep and smoke. Our next stop ...
... only time I felt like I was on a horse and not a donkey.
During this whole time, a guy would run up the trail in front of us to take pictures. I gave him some good ones, and after we were finished, we could purchase one for about $1.50. He scrolled along his pictures and found another foreigner, and asked if it was me. The guy had a beard and black hair. I said no, "he's a foreigner, right, but look at my hair. It's blonde,". He then reassessed me and ...