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... be interesting to see how similar museums treat these themes in Xinjiang and Tibet, and what sort of people go there. I will say, in this museum I heard very little Mongolian spoken, and I got the sense that most of the patrons were Han Chinese.
On the fourth floor, there was a fascinating exhibit of artwork depicting the war against Japan in Inner Mongolia. It featured predictably bloody and searing imagery.
... Uighur mosque and the Dazhen Temple complex.
There's a lot to see in Hohhot, but it is not a very walkable city. Many of the best sights are far out from the center, and the "old town center" itself is rather spread out. I finally managed to figure out how to navigate Baidu's bus route map, which saved quite a bit of walking on the last day, but I was still pretty footsore by the end. One thing I enjoyed was the ...
... like to have some dumplings, and he only indulged in one round of lets-see-what-the-foreigner-can-eat. I watched as he passed over several menu items that I might have objected to, before settling on the fried sheep intestines. I smiled inwardly; when it comes to sheep intestines, this was not my first rodeo, and I matched him bite for bite as Dawasur looked on in distaste. Afterwards, we went on a shopping mission through the town as ...
A day of acclimating to china.
Strange feeling that we finally reached our destination. Our goal was to take our time and visit China. And now, after 6 weeks and 7 countries, we have arrived.
Our Dutch author Bomans once wrote: traveling is a complex way to get home. For us, it may be more appropriate to say: traveling is a complex way to arrive at our destination.
China starts as soon as we leave the room. Negotiations over the deposit. Later we ...
... can surely hear him without it. Nonetheless an amiable little man. And sisi has the chance to extract valuable travel information. When we start to move again everybody moves to the corridor to look out of the window at China, which is only 5 minutes away. The first impressions could be better. Collapsed houses and sheds, litter, buildings with broken windows. Total decay. In between some small vegetable gardens. Train parts, more and more tracks. Suddenly a ...