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... where we're staying - completely Tibetan style with a bed surrounded of a string curtain made of yak hair and with little bells on each strand. The bathroom is - thank goodness a western style one except the shower is built in a cave. We had a bite with Jamyang and Dodji, our driver and enjoyed lovely Tibetan noodles and yak meat and lots and lots of Tibetan sweet tea! Rob is now in the hot spring and I'm writing this blog from the Tibetan bed, so ...
... but Jake chose his own wife, a good choice he reckons!!!!!!! Jake started his working life doing reception work in hotels, and other like jobs while he studied at night to become a tour guide. Jake originally comes from a village higher up in the mountains, but now lives permanently in Lhasa. When he was a baby, his parents moved to Lhasa as many family's do with concerns about the strain the thin air places on a baby's breathing.
... you, a nice crisp green salad followed by fruit salad is key when I get home. Oh,oh...looks like banana is in the lunch pack, too! Gastro-ly this could get quite interesting! We have been singing the "Go Banana" song endlessly...free entertainment??? The other thing you need is entertainment? Movies are Asian and have subtitles. They are quite different from what we are use to. Very slow moving, but if you can stay focused they give you an insight ...
... driven up to the rear of the Palace and made our way in from the back thus avoiding the punishing climb up the stairs in the front of the Palace. Another daytime symptom of altitude is shortness of breath, sometimes extreme, and accompanying headaches from exertion. So being taken up to the rear of the Palace was perfect for us! After a few hours exploring the many rooms, halls and meeting places inside, we reached the roof of the Palace and were treated to a commanding ...
... very watery congee and dumplings. It didn't look all that but it felt good eating it. I could feel the warmth coming back into my body. After food I went for a walk to try to walk off the AMS, not really such a good idea, but I didn't want to waste another day. Plus my logic was that I had to acclimatise so I should venture out and try to breath in the local air! It would be the slowest ever walk around town, survived for about 6 hrs or ...