Ramada Tunhe Hotel Urumqi
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... The unexpected becomes the expected, the familiar the unknown. Let me stay awhile and begin to understand. Understand the joy of a hard-earned meal and desire to know what's next. Write me a story of the here and now and the curiosity of what's to come.
Dunhuang to Urumqi through vast desert and incredible mountain landscapes. Where face shapes begin to change and kilometers pass on by. Rice turns ...
... we had dinner in balcony seats above a traditional Uygur wedding , when the management told the wedding party there was Canadians upstairs watching the festivities ( which included a blind folded tight rope walker ) they invited us to come down and join. Their type of Dancing is quite different than anything we've ever ...
... this area is known for. We chilled with them and watched some Chinese game shows which were really entertaining even though we had no idea what they were saying. For supper approximately 30 of Nicole's family members met us at the hotel her uncle owns and we had the largest meal we've ever had. We indulged in some Asian rice wine which is 52% , ...
... we take the bus to the Xinjang museum, which (besides being free of charge) shows the history of west China. Not as entertaining as the museum in Lanzhou, it nevertheless shows in stages, the human development in this remote western paft of China from Paleolithic through today. Curious is the (no doubt communist) attempt to keep out the birth of Christ as a reference date. Use of B.C.E. (before current/Christian era) is mostly used, but ...
... immense plains of poor productivity. In it many family graveyards. Also in it small places for worship. Maybe still to the gods of the earth, as described by Pearl Buck in the Good Earth? Many very small fields, all terraced, hand harvested. Some areas Stoney as on riverbeds, but also areas with fine crops, including cabbages. I think if we visit this area again in 10 years, it will look very different, with much larger scale. For many hundreds of miles we travel ...