Tai Garden Hotel
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... were amazing. We walked through the tropical fruit garden and amongst many other tropical plants. The garden was established by one man who wanted to preserve the native species. The gardens are used by the university for research. Back to the hotel to shower before the show. This show was performed by the ethnic minority groups and was really enjoyable. There were no concessions made to foreigners, indeed we were the only westerners ...
JANUARY 25, 2012
Duoyushu (Yuanyang Terraces) to Jinghong (Xiashuangbanna)
480 km / 300 miles. in Jacky's van. $46 per person.
8:30A – 4:30P 8 hours
Fog as Thick as Pea Soup!
Pea Soup! Waking at 6AM, we ate breakfast and paid $262 for our 6 night stay; room and meals. That’s $44 per day for the two of us. What a deal! The eight of us, Jacky, Sho, Tomoko, ...
... guest house listed in the book.
We were dropped off and the cab driver pointed up an alley, which we walked up and down with no luck. I think we were all beginning to despair a little! Our bags were beginning to weigh us all down so Tracey and David guarded the backpacks and Mark and I went off in search of a guest house. We went up the alley again and walked into what looked like a shop and did the 'sleeping' ...
Flashback to 2002: In Laos the regional centre Luang Nam Tha had been very pleasant, even with military and other government institutions. The country seemed not quite as rugged, villages smaller and closer together, less motor traffic, so you could walk along the road, enjoy the kids and water buffalo. I did a short walking tour, then arranged a river tour. The first night was in a village with a communal guesthouse, on ...
... frisst sich erbarmungslos durch die Natur, bis sie sich in unstillbarer Gier und aus Mangel an Ressourcen selbst auffrisst und abstirbt. Im kleinen, reichen und umweltbewussten Deutschland ist die Dringlichkeit eines globalen Wandels nicht immer so leicht zugänglich. „Nachhaltiges Wirtschaften“ darf nicht länger nur ein nobler Gedanke einer kleinen Gruppe alternativ denkender Menschen bleiben, wenn es für unsere Kinder eine Zukunft geben soll. Diese Wahrheit schlägt einem hier ...