They say there are more than 100,000
people at the Sunday Market in Kashgar, and I would think at least
that many sheep, both dead and alive. Kashgar, Xinjiang, China.
Bagels, bagels, we got your bagels....Kashgar, Xinjiang, China.
Test driving a horse at the Sunday Market. Kashgar, Xinjiang,
Pouring some hot water for a cup of "wanza", tea with
large chunks of rock candy sugar inside. Yum... Kashgar, Xinjiang,
Counting money, after the market. Kashgar, Xinjiang,
Long Live Chairman Mao! Even now Chairman Mao still presides over
the central square in Kashgar. It is interesting to note that
back on the other side of the country, in Beijing, most of the
Mao statues were torn down years ago.
Noodle soup is the food staple for both young and old in this
region. Kashgar, Xinjiang, China.
Leaving the city of Kashgar, we head south and east to Tibet.
South of Yecheng, Xinjiang, China.
Crossing into the Kunlun Shan mountains. Before Mazar, Xinjiang,
Heading further into the "Mountains of Darkness." Before
Mazar, Xinjiang, China.