Träume immer noch vom Reisen

Bleiben wir noch ein wenig in Asien, inzwischen hat sich das Jahr in China geändert. Wir befinden uns jetzt im Jahr des Ochsen. Leider habe ich kein Bild von einem Ochsen aus China, aber ein gutes Bild von einem Jack in Tibet.
Die Geschichte ist ein bisschen lang, ich musste/durfte viel über die Jacks lernen, bis ich endlich ein solches Bild machen konnte.

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Tibet: Jack heard leader Photo ©JUERGKAUFMANN.COM All rights reserved

Unsere tibetischen Freunde meinten einfach, du riechst wie ein Tourist, trink jeden Tag eine Tasse Jack-Buttertee und du wirst das ohne Gefar überleben, den die Herdenführer sind eine Mischung aus wilden Jacks und zame Jacks und diese sind agressiver als unsere Rinder. Für einen Touristen wie mich ist das nicht gerade ein Vergnügen, aber es hat funktioniert “in der zweiten Woche..”.

Vielleicht denkt jetzt jemand, warum schreibt er über Tibet und bringt es mit dem chinesischen Neujahr in Verbindung. Das könnte eine abendfüllende Diskussion werden.

Hoffe wir können bald wieder Events organisren, Tiber mit den Bilder gibt einen schönen Abend.

3’500 km durch Tibet hinterlassen einige wertvolle Erfahrungen, auch solche, die man hier in den Medien nicht liest.

Tibet: Driving on the plateau Photo ©JUERGKAUFMANN.COM All rights reserved

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Sonnenaufgang im Zanda Clay Forest / Tonwald, im Hintergrund Himalya Gebirge. ca. 1’500 Km Entfehrntvon Lhasa.
Der Zanda-Tonwald befindet sich im Kreis Zanda, Ngari in Tibet. Es ist der typischste Lehmwald, der durch die Verwitterung tertiärer Schichten entstanden ist und mit einer Gesamtfläche von 2.464 Quadratkilometern das größte Verbreitungsgebiet der Welt.

English Version

Still dreaming of travel

Let’s stay a little bit in Asia, meanwhile the year has changed in China. We are now in the year of the ox. Unfortunately I don’t have a picture of an ox from China, but I have a good picture of a Jack in Tibet.
The story is a little bit long, I had to/ had to learn a lot about the Jacks until I finally could take such a picture.

Our Tibetan friends simply said, you smell like a tourist, drink a cup of Jack butter tea every day and you will survive this without Gefar, because the herd leaders are a mixture of wild Jacks and zame Jacks and these are more aggressive than our cattle. For a tourist like me this is not exactly a pleasure, but it worked “the second week…”.

Now maybe someone is thinking why is he writing about Tibet and associating it with Chinese New Year. This could be a full-length discussion.

Hope we can organize events again soon, Tiber with the pictures gives a nice evening.

3’500 km through Tibet leave some valuable experiences, even those that you do not read here in the media.

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Sunrise in Zanda Clay Forest, in the background Himalya Mountains. About 1’500 km from Lhasa.
The Zanda Clay Forest is located in Zanda County, Ngari in Tibet. It is the most typical clay forest formed by the weathering of tertiary strata and with a total area of 2,464 square kilometers, it is the largest distribution area in the world.

2 Replies to “Träume immer noch vom Reisen”

    1. Thank you..

      Here is the translation:

      Still dreaming of travel

      Let’s stay a little bit in Asia, meanwhile, the year has changed in China. We are now in the year of the ox. Unfortunately, I don’t have a picture of an ox from China, but I have a good picture of a Jack in Tibet.
      The story is a little bit longer, I had to/ had to learn a lot about the Jacks until I finally could take such a picture.

      Our Tibetan friends simply said, you smell like a tourist, drink a cup of Jack butter tea every day and you will survive this without Gefar, because the herd leaders are a mixture of wild Jacks and zame Jacks and these are more aggressive than our cattle. For a tourist like me this is not exactly a pleasure, but it worked “the second week…”.

      Now maybe someone is thinking why is he writing about Tibet and associating it with Chinese New Year. This could be a full-length discussion.

      Hope we can organize events again soon, Tiber with the pictures gives a nice evening.

      3’500 km through Tibet leave some valuable experiences, even those that you do not read here in the media.

      Cover picture
      Sunrise in Zanda Clay Forest, in the background Himalya Mountains. About 1’500 km from Lhasa.
      The Zanda Clay Forest is located in Zanda County, Ngari in Tibet. It is the most typical clay forest formed by the weathering of tertiary strata and with a total area of 2,464 square kilometers, it is the largest distribution area in the world.

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