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... places have western style toilets and many others have squatters. In some places these squatters are nothing more than a trough. - Pay to use the bathroom - you think that by having to pay to use toilets they would be somewhat respectable but that isn't always the case but when you have to go, you have to go. - Lack of privacy in toilets - although you may get your own stall, in some places there are no doors and the walls are only half way up, especially in the ...
... the trek was tough as I was majorly out of shape at the beginning of my travels when I did this, the beauty of the gorge and the rushing river made this an absolute highlight of the trip.
⭐️ Rainbow Mountains
Looking like a rainbow, these mountains are truly a spectacular to see. The colours are extremely vibrant and nothing like anything I had ever seen before.
⭐️ Giant Panda research ...
... also pig hoofs and thus were being sold everywhere. The ancient city is known to welcome various religions and I visited a Christian church and a Buddhist temple. Overall though, having been to many other ancient cities around China, this one was very uninteresting. After the ancient city we travelled back into Guiyang to Jiaxiu Tower. This tower was built in 1597 by a ...
... was fine as I had a 2.5 hour layover in Urumqi. There were some great views of the mountains as we were flying. Unfortunately the planes only had screen above our heads and not individual ones that I could look up where we were on the map. Nevertheless, if you look at a map, I flew north to fly south but this was the only way to fly as Kashgar is a much smaller airport. Total today I flew 3680 kilometres. Yep, China is a big country! On the flight from Kashgar to Urumqi I sat beside ...
After our morning routine, breakfast, exercises and briefing, we head out to see a dance performance at in the Laysan tribe at Lang Tek Sang Cai. After lunch we visit the 600 year old Buddhist temple Cen Yuen Tze in Tang Village. We stay in this old city for dinner and see some sellers making peanut candy. Tonight we sleep in Tong Ren.