Hello from the Tibetan area! ^^

In the past four days, we have touched the lowest glacier in the world, seen the most beautiful grassland and snow-capped mountains. We got to ride horses and took some breathtaking memory shots. Regretfully, those photos will be kept personally and will be played repeatedly whenever I feel the need of a peaceful mind. Due to the busy schedule, I didn’t get to take a lot of photos. I wish I had the freedom and mood to take more photos, but throughout the whole experience, I really didn’t have the time and the energy to do so. I had altitude stress for a few days while I was on the Tibetan Plateau. It wasn’t serious, but since I have never experienced altitude stress before, it was quite an experience for me. My head was hurting, the air was thin, every step I took was heavy especially when I was climbing the glaciers. The glaciers were covered by dirt. You could hardly tell they are icy glaciers, unless you touch them.

Anyways, I am not complaining. After all, Tibetan area is absolutely beautiful, and the weather is so unpredictable. We
experienced sunny, windy, rainy, and hail all in one day. The people we worked with, and met were all very friendly and helpful. I have to say the altitude stress was worth it, because we saw the most beautiful natural sceneries.

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