Sunny 100 Lijiang Business Hotel
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... Baba, it is a thick wheat flatbread stuffed with meat, vegetables or sweets. Very yummy, but decadent.
Sam ate some Yak meat too, he wasn't to sure about that flavour.
The word Naxi descends from ethnically Tibetan Qiang tribes, and lived until recently in matrilineal families, which basically means the women run the show.
We walked up to the ...
... tourist-attraction-city. Also at night-time the central market place and surrounding streets offer a weird and somehow uninviting party-atmosphere with drunk and loud Chinese (and also western, but those seem to be better accustomed to partying and the consequences).
Nonetheless we enjoyed our one day stay in Lijiang, as we got eventually lost in the remote little alleys when walking off the main tourist roads. This was really a ...
... and ended with a two and a half hour descent and re-climb of a very steep section to the Tiger Leaping Stone, making us sweat like in a sauna again. The views down at the Tiger Leap Rock were amazing though too. However, we had to pay some Yuan extra for the paths there, as those were maintained by local families and as a result quite adventurous (see pictures to get an idea) :-).
All in all the Tiger Leaping Gorge was a spectacular site and great outdoor ...
... Konflikt, vor allem aber in der Beständigkeit unserer Lebenswelt. In der vertrauten Umgebung entsteht ein gefestigtes Selbstbild, in der Fremde aber löst es sich auf, verschwimmt.
Ist vielleicht gerade das der Charakter des Fremden, die eigene Identitätsverwirrung?
Dennoch: da ist kein Selbst, das man finden kann, auf Reisen, bloß das Andere, das Zugeschriebene.
Reisen ist Armut, Reisen ist Selbstverlust.
Es gibt hier - es wäre jedenfalls falsch ...
"For the record and I quote: 'the 28 bends suck'." -- Joel Patterson late afternoon 05/18/2011
Yeah, we grabbed the Tiger by the tail -- and it was all we could do to avoid being eaten. Our shuttle bus from the hostel left at 9am and it took us a little over two hours to get to the Gorge area. The road was under construction and as we were sitting over the rear axle, we got lots of "bounce action".
The shuttle ...