Treasure Harbour International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... however and you often find yourself down a back alley with no other people, at a spot with a perfect view of the surrounding mountains or even in a spot for watching the locals using the traditional pools around town for their daily tasks. Gushing water flows into the first pools from the canals. This is used for drinking. The second pool is used for washing vegetables and the third for washing clothes. All three can be seen in action ...
... many of the people are Tibetan, and all the road signs have Tibetan script as well as Chinese. When we arrived in Shangri-La we quickly found a hostel in the old town area, dropped our bags then headed out to eat. It turned out to be the worst hostel I have ever stayed at. I will spare you the details except to say that it didn't have heat and it's quite cold in Shangri-La in the winter months. We quickly checked out the next morning and found a new place to stay. ...
... exploring the narrow winding streets of Lijiang’s old town and then eating with Tom and the other guests in the evenings. On our third day we got a bus to ‘Tiger Leaping Gorge’ for a hike that we’d been looking forward to since leaving England.
A famous part of this trek is the ’28 bends’, an exhausting steep climb. We heard it was near the start of the trek and so after a couple of hours of exhausting climbing at altitude ...
... up two Chinese ladies asked to have their photographs taken with me. No doubt I'll be exhibited as that strange big nose. They were both very sweet. The access to the rock from the other side consisted of very steep steps, they looked painful! After the walk that took about two hours we went for lunch in a Naxi restaurant. We had Naxi roast mestizo, it was a little like belly pork, mushroom casserole, egg plant stir fried and steamed rice. ...
... such a perfectionist and so efficiently organised .... We have absolutely been looked after to the nth degree ...it is just that Lily is sooooo serious and we are just a little flippant and glib.
A typical Lily moment occurred today when we were waiting for the bus. We were marched to the head of the line ... Ignoring the 25 Chinese tourists who were already in the queue with their guide. As the bus approached Lily instructed me to stand beside her in the gateway to ...