Tholeng & Thailande
Guge Kingdom in Tibet
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Tholing, Guge in West Tibet Tholing, Guge in West Tibet. Unfortunately the video is a little over-exposed.
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12 Tingri + Mt. Everest in Tibet. Downhill to Kathmandu, Nepal These are videos of recent travels mainly overland through China, Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, and Thailand. I'm experimenting with the animation of photographic content to music. I hope you enjoy the visual experience. I will be adding many more chapters to this trip. Most videos will be under 4 minutes so that you can watch one or two and return at your leisure. They will be posted at blog: beijing2
"Epic Adventuer Part 3" Rogthehat's photos around China, China Preview of Rogthehat's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: China, China Entry Title: "Epic Adventuer Part 3" Entry: "Day 13 Saturday 5th Shiquanhe to Zanda 215km. Breakfast in lobby my good old cereal bars & coffee, a wonderful drive through the Gor Pass at 5135 mts, its snowing too our driver very nearly took us off the road as the signal track road had iced up, I jumped out, it was literally an inch from a drop of 300mts, after that episode we still had to tell the driver to slow down as there was still a lot of ice on the track. Lunch. Pic nick at a roadwork's camp lots of kids and woman collecting dung for there cooking fires, next two Sandstone Canyons of Namru & Ayi La, its like driving the Grand Canyon at least 30km long, eat your heart out Grand Canyon, our destination is the town of Zanda perched on the cliffs overlooking the canyons, our hotel another disappointment, on suite bathrooms locked up toilets down the road in a drop toilet used by the builders at the hotel next door what a stink, thank god Daniel bought us buckets so we can chuck it which we did. There are the local showers over the road 15yn, but nice and hot. Dinner in a little café down the road which was very nice. Bed about 10pm. Day 14 Sunday 6th Zanda. Today a day trip to the Ancient Temple Ruins at Tsaparang 30km down the road we come to the out crop of rock with the ...
Guge, Mystery of the Lost Kingdom Asian Corridor In Heaven - Guge, Mystery of the Lost Kingdom: The origin of present tibetan Buddhism
Guge in West Tibet Guge in West Tibet. Unfortunately the video is a little over-exposed.
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"Lets off road" Jeznkez's photos around Shigatse, China Preview of Jeznkez's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Shigatse, China Entry Title: "Lets off road!!" Entry: "The time had come to relinquish day to day comforts of city life and leave the beaten track in our wake. We had assembled the key factors needed to undertake a 17 day trip which would span the southern portion of Tibet, crossing the wild, desolate and forbidding western province of Ngari, pierce up through the far north-western section of China into Xinjiang province and terminate at the fabled silk road city of Kashgar, which is where the side trip would end (!). The assembled factors were: A pretty rugged looking cream 1995 Toyota Landcruiser plus experienced driver called Achung who, we were assured had made this ambitious and little undertaken journey before. An English speaking guide called Lakpa who would grease the bureaucratic cogs and wheels as we maneuvred past the network of Chinese checkpoints, would find us food and lodgings, and accompany us on our 3 day Kora of Mount Kailash, among other duties. We had already twisted on the first guide we were offered, who couldn't answer the simple question "have you been on this trip before?" no matter how we phrased it, but young Lakpa seemed like a good chap even though he was a confirmed rookie, having received his guide badge only days before and about to embark on his inaugural ...