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... but our best food experience so far in China came when our hostel was empty except for us. Tom, the hostel owner took the opportunity of 'no tourists' to invite his friends round to chat and eat with us. Every dish he cooked was delicious and there was just so much we could eat and eat and eat until we could eat no more!... Now that's Chris' kind of meal!!
Most of that evening was spent with one of Tom's friends who wanted ...
... many of the people are Tibetan, and all the road signs have Tibetan script as well as Chinese. When we arrived in Shangri-La we quickly found a hostel in the old town area, dropped our bags then headed out to eat. It turned out to be the worst hostel I have ever stayed at. I will spare you the details except to say that it didn't have heat and it's quite cold in Shangri-La in the winter months. We quickly checked out the next morning and found a new place to stay. ...
... off early and had soon finished the main gorge hike, so we took the extra route to the river at the bottom of the gorge itself. Unfortunately, the relatively easy trek down offered no insight into how hard it was going to be to get back up the sheer gorge face. We followed a steep track for a short while before stopping at an old lady’s shack on the rock-face for a drink. There she showed us the ‘sky ladder’ climbing out the back of her shack’s roof. We ...
... charge us all an extra 5 quai to take the toll highway. And when we tried to take the local bus to the Old Town Lijiang we got off a stop too late and wandered for maybe an hour in the rain trying to find the guest house. But all along the way, anytime we asked someone to point us in the right direction, they stopped and tried to help. After dinner we arranged our tour for the next day I went to bed, so I didn't see much of Lijiang, but I'm okay with ...
... is running and people are spilling out of every nook and cranny.
And every other stall sells hats! And boy did I need one. After some hefty bargaining we parted with the princely sum of 25 yuan ($5) and I left a very happy tourist. Combined with the yak leather belt that Mac bought yesterday at Tiger Leaping Gorge we are positively SPLURGING. I have to say that the whole shopping thing is just sooo exhausting. By the time you find something you like AND can fit it in ...