Kashgar

Kashgar, China

Travel Blogs from Kashgar

Kashgar Travel Blogs (287)
Mud-brick Mosques in Kashgar

Mud-brick Mosques in Kashgar's Old City

A travel blog entry by bethverde

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... . Score! So, without further argument, the guide, whose name I wish I'd gotten, led us into the twisting streets of Kashgar's Old City. A haphazard-looking mass of old and new buildings made of mud brick, red brick, wood and some cement, the ...

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I'll have three donkeys and a camel, please

A travel blog entry by bethverde

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... until the sun got hot enough to convince us to relocate. Our next stop was the cooler, covered avenues of the Kashgar Grand Bazaar. Reputedly once the largest market in Asia, it's still a fun though scaled-back experience. The sidewalks outside were ...

The Silk Road:Kashgar and the New Silk Road, Kashgar, China travel blog

The Silk Road:Kashgar and the New Silk Road

A travel blog entry by lraleigh

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... and sidewalks, Chinese people, Uighur people--these are some of the obvious changes between Pakistan and China.  I visited Kashgar's immense Sunday Market, the Kashgar International Bazaar, drawing people from Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan just ...

Olympic paranoia, Kashgar, China travel blog

Olympic paranoia

A travel blog entry by the-rambler

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... ' of mud and brick buildings, and rows of traders, artisans, carpenters, metalworkers, eateries, carpet sellers. And the Kashgar market itself. Hundreds and hundreds of small stalls selling everything from Uighur handmade knives, to Afghan carpets, ...