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Daocheng

”did you get this dark in China or were you already this dark”

27/10/11 When you walk around Daocheng, you’ll see a whole street lined with restaurants selling buns and eggs steaming all day long on top of little oil drums, drivers walking around screaming in your face ”Yading, Yading!”, Tibetan tailors behind … Continue reading

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”I want to change my flights please”

24/10/11 I woke up and had some amazing freshly fried cong you bing, spring onion oil cakes for breakfast before meeting up with the Finnish couple I met in Danba to head to the Red Grasslands. I arrived at their … Continue reading

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”need two more people”

23/10/11 Throughout Western Sichuan, in addition to the public bus, they also have private minivans. So basically they drive up and down the road looking for passengers and leave whenl the van is full. In Litang, they have a system … Continue reading

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