8 comments on “Tibetan tea, and yak for lunch

  1. The house fire is situated in a sandy pit, so that the house won’t go on fire. In some houses, they have a bag of water above the fire that can be pierced in emergencies. In terms of Tibetans, more live in Sichuan, Qinghai, Gansu, and Yunnan than in Tibet Autonomous Region. The ones we saw in Yunnan seem to be doing very well for themselves, with lots of new schools, new houses, roads, etc. That’s the benefits of being part of a large country.

  2. I say! Albert would be interested in seeing an indigenous Scottish homestead on his next visit. As long as you provide a translator.

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