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Lijiang is a maze of cobbled streets, rickety wooden buildings and canals.
Very easy to get lost, which we did, wandering through the lanes and alleys lined with stalls making and selling beautiful handcrafts and knick-knacks.
I love coming to a new place and seeing all the different styles of street foods, here they call them Naxi snacks. One style ...
... 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 ...
... that we came to the Tiger Leaping Gorge during off-season. The view-point platform was very tiny and had a sign in front of it, asking each tourist to pay 8 Yuan (1 Euro) for access. It would surely have been true horror during peak-season, having to pay not only the 8 Yuan (when we had already paid the national park entrance fee of 65 Yuan), but also we would have not had a single picture without crowds of other tourists on it, and needless to say the unpleasant noise ...
... who arrived by train from Nanning where Maile found and was reunited with her foster family and discovered the beautiful city of Liuzhou, where she was born. We rode bikes through the rice fields of Yangzhou and rafted the Yulong River. We ended our journey in the mountains of Yunnan.
We have China in our bones in new and deeper ways; but, more importantly, in all of us is that place somewhere in the middle of East and West where we hold so much ...
... of China.
Xiangelila - supposedly an inspiration for fictional and mistic place of ShangriLa is a disappointment. It's much too touristy - it means dozens of soulless and ugly hotels, dusty streets, crowd of loud, chinese tourists. Another cause of our disappointment is the temperature - it's cold to the bone. We were hoping for a bit of warmth after freezing nights of Sichuan but we have to wait a bit longer.
Quick decision, ...
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