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Forums > Travel Yunnan > another good news

construction has been going on for some years, including the section which crosses the tiger leaping gorge going towards shangrila..

it may well be available to ride on schedule

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KC430,
You are correct on photos....

These mountains had never been flown above their summits with a paraglider wing' let alone cross the gorge and continue to Shangrila in a narrow and marginal weather window. Many in china claimed it was impossible but i knew it's no different than any other location on this planet..
It's sad a few uneducated police officers interpret and apply china's aviation laws to paragliding . The police interpret Nick flying a 747 towards the china/Tibet border but, officially; paragliding is recognized as a sport, not a full sized airplane by the Chinese government, including CAAC.

Nick is a very talented and experienced athlete, Thumbs up for Nick's route..

One just has to look at Dali prefecture government being whipped into line by XJP.. .. Kudos for Beijing as they keep whipping at some of Yunnan's governing officials greed.. Hopefully the millions of poor in Yunnan will have their share of the pie...

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Crumbly cheese yes but the cheese seems to be low in fat/oils.
Tastes great.
It seems the cheese is small/medium artisan maker with batches that vary.

Expiry dates on cheese is not a big issue...it can only get better...

Great local shop.

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When the cat is away the mice play.

I've been there (at the old location) with Rocko present and it was exellent, although without the owner present it was very disapointing..

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Went the other night, it was very late therefore I cant coment on the food but it did smell very good..
Cozy atmosphere and very friendly host.
Will return again now that it's found!