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... on the train sleeping, writing down the audio book and reading some. Finally it got close to when I would need to get off the train so I tried out the self heating meal. It was AWESOME! I put this sachet in the water and then the meal on top and it steamed it! Amazing!
Anyway, got off the train and met up with a very sweet lady named Elaine. She brought me to my flat which is in the southern region of Chengdu! Such an exciting two days!
1. All kinds of people can get tibet permit through a travel agency except diplomats, journalists, and government officials who should travel to Tibet under the arrangement by the Foreign Affairs Office of Tibet Government.
2. All the members in a tibet tour are required to provide the following information to their travel agency: a copy ...
... spouted tea kettles.Once again the costumes didn't disappoint- the colors, the lanterns, the lights- all spectacular and truly hard to describe unless you are here in person. The kids loved the show- the singing to me sounded like screaming- a favorite was a man who did "hand shadows" that were amazing. And then the finale- the famous "Face-Changing"- that of course I missed because I had to go go go RIGHT then- which is why I come to the title of this entry. Fighting the ...
... much juxtaposition between the old China and new China truly everywhere I look: shiny and glitzy dirty and gritty rich/poor communist/free market friendly and warm/hustle and bustle city I can tell you one thing for sure just after one day of being here, make no mistake that if you ever doubted whether China really is the next superpower in the very near future you had better believe it. Simply the amount of construction alone- there really are ...
... where I was sitting/standing) and building sights, but we also saw yak-filled plains (first time I'd seen a yak I think), snowy peaks, huge lakes and golden grasslands.
We left Chengdu on the evening of the 8th of September and arrived at 6pm on the 10th at the capital, Lhasa. Surprisingly warm. We crashed out at our hotel (I suffered some pretty nasty dizziness carrying my backpack up four flights of stairs - it would take a few ...
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