A Total TaiTai Tale

Tale of a Total TaiTai who was in Beijing & Beyond and is now in Singapore & Surroundings!

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Enjoying the view with my bestie and pondering my 48th year.

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Sand forever

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I had to go pick up the plastic bottle.

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We climbed to the top of the Mingsha Sand Dunes whose name means ‘gurgling sand’, a reference to the noise of the wind over the dunes.

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DunHuang Is lying in an oasis at the edge of the Taklamakan Desert. It was one of the first trading cities encountered by merchants arriving in China from the west.

The Silk Road routes from China to the west passed to the north and south of the Taklamakan Desert, and Dunhuang lay on the junction where these two routes came together.

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On the road again… JiaYuGuan to DunHuang.

5 hours of No Men’s Land.

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