外文标题：One Month Family Trip to Xinjiang, China’s Central Asia and incredible Tibet
I just want to say that you made my heart come into my mouth…It’s still beating fast while I’m writing this post.
You just made my day.
Thank you so much and I would say that THIS IS HEAVEN..!!!!
As I said, despite of so many troubles and difficulties it was truly rewarding, crossing the post where still old documents showing a person named Huen Tsang crossed the same post many centuries ago, or watching the deadly Taklamakan desert where so many traders lost their lives or the ancient livestock market that still bears the touch of past is something which is beyond any description by words.
I just can’t get enough of this. What lovely pictures and what a place!
Woah!! Hats off to the authorities for constructing and maintaining those butter smooth roads and rail tracks and to you for venturing out there.
Mind blowing stuff!! Cannot imagine how awesome the whole report would be. I love your snow-filled logs!
Photos are mind blowing, one thing got sticked to my mind out of this log … is the Everest pic taken by you from the highway …….. ITS EPIC……..I don’t have words to put it here..
Sorry no words but I am extremely glad that you choose to take pain to share all these pics here
Absolutely brilliant stuff Kaushik bhai, you opened the whole new world for us. great pics man
I am shocked watching at the kind roads they have maintained under those conditions.
Yes RK, the road is fantastic and I was just remembering our BCMT friends who are so passionate about driving in similar condition, this would be their paradise. Ok, let’s clear once more:
XUAR – Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region (Largest Province 1/6th of China)
TAR – Tibet Autonomous Region (Second Largest Province 1/8th of China)
I am speechless by seeing the beauty of Chinese Himalaya. i am waiting for the events to unfold and definitely would like to learn how u tricked the chinese for various permits. One thing is that infrastructure is much better than what we have on our side. I will also like to learn how you solved language problem in China. Waiting eagerly.
Tibet Autonomous Region, I guess.
Absolutely right Sir but somehow the word Autonomous doesn’t fit well in Chinese dictionary, will get into detail of it later
I have no words to describe the beauty of these places and your pics
Another heavenly pics and place is this.
Who creates these boundarys
Jack, your mad smiley & the red color makes me think that you are soon going to raid on the Indo-China border/LAC & wipe out the fencing, if any
Absolutely I agree it’s heaven, historically the boundaries are created by British Indian Govt who signed a treaty with Tibet about Mcmahon line which Communists disagree since they came into power. But Himalaya was a natural boundary existing for ages between Indian and Tibetan Cultures.
Extraordinarily Stunning Pics of this Epic Trip…’The Karakoram Highway’ Looks Amazing