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We fly from Xi’An to Jiuzhaigou, where we stay with in a Tibetan family home in a gorgeous little valley, where sheep and horses roam the hills and there isn’t a single tourist in sight! (Well, except for us…)
More about Zhuo Ma’s Homestay: This is a one-of-a-kind accommodation (recommended by Lonely Planet, featured on CNN and the Travel Channel). Our bed was delightfully comfortable, and we ate the most delicious food (yak meat, fried potatoes, eggs, a fabulous green pepper dish, freshly baked bread, and of course yak butter tea). Our hosts even prepared a yak meat sandwich lunch for us to take to the park. There’s one bathroom for the house, and you shouldn’t expect a four-star spa experience here, but you’ll have everything you need, and it’s the perfect place for rest and recovery.
The Backdrop: We spent May-July in China (eight weeks in total). For the first month, I co-led a study abroad trip that brought sixteen college students to the Nanjing University of Science and Technology to study beginning Chinese. I also co-taught a Travel Writing class. As part of that trip, we went to Beijing, Nanjing, Suzhou, Shanghai, Yellow Mountain, and Slender West Lake. Once the students left for home, my husband Jesse and I traveled around China for a few more weeks. Our travels brought us to Xi’An, Chengdu, Leshan, Jiuzhaigou, Yangshuo, and Hong Kong. It was a life-changing adventure!
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