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Leaving the nice hotel. 藏族人don't eat fish, as they placed their ancestors' dead body in water to feed fish. Visit 茶聖地, 藏族茶and 牟尼溝waterfall
Stopped at Tibetan Jewellery shop where we bought 2 Sky Beads (天珠) for RMB1,250.
Also stopped for group shopping at Honey Shop.
After lunch, head for Huanglong
Huanglong was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1992.
Wanted to go up by the cable car but the queue is about 2 hours long.
Had to hike up …
... it is popular place for nationals and foreigners to visit. Panoramic views if the mountain hillside. Next stop was Mt. Quincheng. Daoist temples scattered along 1300 elevation of mountain side. Very sacred area and rebuilding of parts still in process today after 2008 earthquake. Roughly 1500 stairs to climb to top. Pictures include route to top. At the various temples along way you will see views from mountain. Also. At very top the red ...
... was already back in her room with the light off. Old people and their sleeping habits.
This happened two more times during the night. Every time I had to descend the stairs and pass thru all those rooms, and every time I forgot about the damn chickens. I guess it makes sense, though, to store the **** from all the beings in one room. Contain the smell. After the 3rd time, I was finally able to rest and slept for another few hours (until 9 or so).
Luckily for ...
... village dialect. I never did get the name of the village, which to me sounded just like "Jia Shan". Maybe. Anyways, they would either tell Demon, and she'd relay it to me in Mandarin, or they'd tell this odd guy they called "Leader". I truly don't understand who he is or what his relationship is to the family, but honestly, they call him "Leader". Odd, but the guy was the only other one aside from Demon who knew Mandarin, so he'd also ask me some questions. It was ...
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