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Yunnan Province, China – Journeys with Heart destination 2020
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Discovering the Spiritual Side of Southwestern China
What lies beyond the China of fast-paced cities and hypermodern culture? Horatio Clare journeys to the rural province of Yunnan, where age-old beliefs and traditions offer a glimpse of the country’s soul.
July 18, 2016
AMAZING Street Food in CHINA | RARELY SEEN Street Food ADVENTURE TRAVEL VLOG 2017
STREET FOOD - CHINESE STREET FOOD - STREET FOOD IN CHINA
Traveling for street food in China and Chinese cuisine is always amazing! We traveled DEEP in Yunnan for amazing street food and to make this street food vlog in 2017! This is some of the best street food around the world! Here in Yunnan, on the ancient tea horse road in Shaxi, you can find some incredible street food delicacies. First off, we started bright and early for some amazing breakfast street food in China. We adventured onto the street to make this street food video and found some of the BEST snacks from the Yi and bai people of Yunnan, China. This truly is some of the most UNIQUE street food in China, starting out right away with BREAKFAST! The local street food recipes were incredible!
Published on Nov 11, 2017
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THIS IS WHY WE NO LONGER RIDE ELEPHANTS
written by Geoff Manchester August 3, 2018
As a co-founder of Intrepid Travel, Geoff (also known as ‘Manch’) has had a very strong influence on setting the direction of the company and ensuring that travelling responsibly and sustainably is a part of Intrepid’s ethos. Over the years this has grown from practical, on the ground decisions involving low impact travel, to developing Intrepid’s philosophy of charitable giving, advocacy and support.
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The Art of Fishing With Birds
Along the scenic Lijiang River in China, brothers Huang Yuechang and Huang Mingde have been keeping up a centuries-old tradition of fishing with cormorant birds. Forgoing nets and modern fishing poles, these brothers have cultivated relationships with their birds in a way that’s found them success in cormorant fishing for more than six decades. But with no young fishermen choosing this ancient method, they may be the last ones to carry on this rare Chinese tradition.