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... from one rung to the next. It would have been a really embarrassingly stupid way to die.
Relieved to be off the ladder we dragged our weary legs up the rest of the cliff face and were delighted to get back to a cafe for some lunch before taking the bus back to Lijiang.
Back in Lijiang we were happy to see Tom and Owen (another friend we had made whilst in Guilin at Dragon’s Backbone) at the guest house who had been waiting for us so we could all ...
... covered with what were clearly frequent rock falls and the number of accidents that we came across, one of which was really serios. Our driver was not good, but we made it back in one piece. The guesthouse for the night was nice, and Lijiang was a nice town, but it contained the usual tourist rubbish, shops and stalls and was busy, crowded and noisy. I'm so glad that we made a break from the group and stayed in Tiger Leaping Gorge for two nights. The others have all had three nights ...
... and 'exploded' because of the heat and excess braking (he didn't have disc brakes boys!!!). After a small amount of confusion we established that our guide for the day was to be Sean, the owner of the guesthouse. It was a lovely day and the sun was out when we set off up the mountain. A guide was essential as there was no marked path and much of the route seemed little more that goat tracks. As we climbed the views were phenomenal. ...
... us. A stunning sight and a lovely day travelling. We arrived in Lijiang just as it was getting dark and were immediately collected by a minivan which took us to Sean's Guesthouse in the heart of Tiger Leaping Gorge. We arrived about 9pm in total darkness and, as we got out of the van, saw a sight I haven't seen since Mongolia: a starry sky! No smog, no clouds, no traffic. It's ...
... so fast, that we thought they ran!
The trail ran steadily upwards through fields and the village where we started at, up and then into the Gorge. At this bend there was a small kiosk (?!), well a woman offering to sell us water, fruit, chocolate and, we thought we misheard, weed. Yes, they sell weed in the Gorge, which we of course didn't buy as there were no fences, but very steep slopes and drops...
So we kept ...