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E: After the rest of us finished a more mundane toilet visit in a local hotel (no change in that architectural format), we boarded the butruck for our spin to Hsipaw. The 250 kilometre journey was often slow, the tortuous road often winding into hairpin bends as we rose and fell through the Shan Hills. It was a long trip, but the scenery, and more importantly, the weather remained spectacular. A good mood was not hard to find. ...
... our last evening. The group opted merely to cross the road and eat barbecued meat at quite a generic restaurant, but to us (and Karen) this seemed an anticlimactic farewell- the hotel is only on the outskirts of the town. And so we called a taxi (see how brave six weeks can make you?) and drove to Huafeng market.
Even the cab journey added to the growing sense of excitement about tomorrow's mysteries. Observing the people we pass, there is ...
... a plate of bean sprouts, all prepared and served differently. It was delicious and was one of the best meals we have eaten in China. Having caught a taxi to the market because we weren't entirely sure where we were going, we walked back. They don't get many westerners here as we really were objects of curiosity. A night in one of the hardest beds so far in China was a fitting end to my time in China. Can't believe it's ...
... with long boats bringing additional passengers aboard. Our fellow passengers were an interesting bunch - the man opposite us sat drinking local Mandalay whiskey (not our tipple of choice at any time of the day let alone 9am), and in front of him a young girl of around 14 had been put in charge of her younger brother of around 7. She smacked him into submission and eventually made him sleep on the luggage underneath their seat so she could enjoy the luxury of a whole bench to ...
Starting our trek in one of China's most famous hikes, we salute the donkeys and make our way towards Tiger Leaping Gorge. The start is quite cruisy, then the path narrows and rocks start poking in at all angles.
Dodging donkey droppings we walk on, the Jinsha flowing at the mountain range's feet and snow dribbled mountains in the distance, we purchase a couple of bananas to stock our ...