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Q: Does anyone wish to go to Tibet in 2013?

The end of the world has passed. New era has begun. Does anyone wish to go to Tibet in 2013? Is there anyone need help for your Tibet Tour?

7 years 12 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Lhasa

 
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If can be without a large group of chinese people, why not Smile

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Since I will not have a chance to see if I can make the Dalai Lama fall over laughing and convince him that I am to be his successor, maybe not. Even he said that the next Dalai Lama may be found outside Tibet and may be female or a really funny guy.

 I would however like to try a flaming filet of yak. I hear there are no bones in it, but yak tastes like yuck.

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Actually wouldn't mind. Tried to organise something last summer but there were some restrictions in place and you needed to have enough people to make a reasonable sized tour party. My ideal would be to go by train from Harbin (or a train from anywhere) but I am happy to listen to some other ideas.

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A group of us Canadians are thinking of going.  It is easier for a group to go and from one country to make things easier, i heard.  We may look for more Canadians if that fits the bill for our tour.  I think we only need 6 people.

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