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Continue to walk G349: a mysterious national road, look at the mountains and the clouds, and reminisce about the most expensive peach blossoms in the world


From Bianba to Qamdo, it was the easiest day for me to Tibet this time. I just got down from the snow-capped mountains, and the excitement is still there. This day is so flat. I look at the clouds and the mountains along the way, and I walked along the road from the early morning with the sun. The sky is full of afterglows in the evening, and there are scenery and constant discoveries all the way. It has been more than half a month since I drove in Tibet this time, and I have been driving almost every day, and this day is the most comfortable, easy to walk, and no burden, all the way to see the scenery. 1. Speaking of G349, what kind of road is this? The unfamiliar national highway G349 starts and ends from Chaya County, Changdu, Tibet to Saga County, Xigaze City. The places it passes through are Chaya, Luolong, Bianba, Jiali, Mozhugongka, Nedong, Dha-nang, Gongga, Qushui, Langkazi, Gyangze, Bailang, Xigaze, Xietongmen, Lazi, Angren , Saga. In fact, many people are not familiar with this one. It is a road going east-west along northern Tibet. This time we walked from Zhongyu Township in Bianjiali County to Jinling Township in Bianba County, and then crossed Xia Gongla. Mountain, keep walking, and finally arrive at Qamdo. 2. Scenery all the way, easy all the way Although yesterday I walked the most difficult section of Tibet to cross Xia Gongla Mountain, today it is a completely flat road. It’s so pleasant to watch the scenery and listen to music along the way. G349 is actually in the refurbishment stage. If it is completely repaired, it will become another choice for Tibet and tourism. The scenery in this area is also very good. In the future, G318 will enter Tibet deliberately, and then G349 and G317 will go out of Tibet and return to Chengdu. On this day, we took the section from Bienba, Luolong to Chaya, and finally went to Qamdo from G317. From the beginning of sunrise to the end of sunset, most of the whole day was on National Highway 349. 3. Complaining that the peach blossoms in Linzhi, Tibet are “the most expensive peach blossoms in the world” I was idle along the way and watched the Internet. I found that there were a lot of complaints about Linzhi taking photos of peach blossoms this year. The main reason was the high cost and the fact that I had not yet captured anything. Others said that the soul was not purified when they came to Tibet, on the contrary the wallet was “purified.” Indeed, tourism in Nyingchi, Tibet has exploded this year, so the most direct manifestation is the increase in hotel room prices, not only in the core area of ​​the peach blossoms, but also the better rooms are more than 1,000 yuan, even the hotels along the way have also risen to four or five hundred yuan. This makes it difficult for many people to accept. Apart from hotels, it is the skyrocketing of air tickets. Cheap air tickets cannot be bought, and even return air tickets are not easy to buy. If you come by car, go over the mountains and run long distances, you will encounter congestion, which will cause a lot of difficulties and cost a lot! So some people say that it is easy to think of peach blossoms, but difficult to see peach blossoms. In addition to having a good health, you also need to have money… In fact, there are peach blossoms everywhere and you can see them everywhere, but Linzhi’s peach blossoms are so lucky this year… 4. The G318 line is congested due to ice and snow, which is caused by unfamiliar and irregular ice and snow roads The network also saw the congestion of the Sejila section of the G318 line yesterday, which was a bit serious. In the past few days, the Sejila section of Route 318 has been heavily congested due to ice and snow. A friend was stuck here for 12 hours the night before and only went down at 4 o’clock in the morning. “It’s cold and hungry at an altitude of 4500. It’s unforgettable”. The deepest memory of the trip to Tibet is not Linzhi peach blossoms, but the cold Sejila Mountain. The time I passed two days ago was also blocked for more than an hour. Since it was morning and there were not many vehicles, I passed with luck. However, I saw that there are many reasons for the congestion here, mainly caused by chaos. First of all, some big trucks were afraid to drive because of ice and snow, and stopped directly on the side of the road, occupying some roads. In addition, the drivers of small vehicles were helpless and inexperienced on the ice and snow roads. Some people simply did not dare to go; some would not go; Others did not abide by the rules and jumped into the queue randomly, causing the roads to be crowded and jammed. Another important reason is that most car drivers don’t use snow chains and don’t know how to install them. Moreover, they don’t know how to install snow chains and drive the car to the side of the road. Instead, they stop directly on the road and install them on site. Being proficient, or even not capable, hinders the passage of vehicles behind. Here is a reminder to learn about knowledge before taking the Sichuan-Tibet line, know how to drive on snow, learn to install snow chains, and also to drive according to traffic regulations, not to rush to the road, it is convenient for people, and it is convenient for yourself. Otherwise, this kind of congestion, everyone is a victim and also has a responsibility 5. Tibetans don’t eat dog meat, but they eat cows and pigs. Do you know how to slaughter them? Yesterday I arrived at Zhongyu Township, Nagqu Region, which belongs to the hinterland of Tibet. It is an important transportation road and is relatively remote. In the morning, I went to a restaurant opened by a Chongqing native for breakfast. I saw two dogs at the door and thought it was raised by the boss. He said no, it was a local Tibetan dog, a stray dog. He said that these two dogs had been guarding here last year. They went home for more than two months during the Chinese New Year. They only came back not long ago. The next day they found them and kept guarding here. These two dogs are very docile and obedient. The boss also said that the two dogs are “squeamish” and don’t eat leftovers, so he feeds them bones and some leftover meat every day. In addition to dogs, there are some yaks in front of the door. I didn’t expect that these yaks would like to eat leftovers, and a few pigs would also come to fight for food. I think this pig is savage and looks like a wild boar. The boss said that this is a Tibetan pig. It is very expensive. A pig will sell for more than 40 yuan per catty, and a pig of more than 100 catties can sell for four to five thousand yuan. . The boss also said that although Tibetan pigs are expensive and delicious, but the local Tibetans do not bleed the pigs, so the processed pork is not delicious, even a bit fishy. He said that Tibetans believe in Buddhism and do not kill, so they do not eat dog meat. As for pigs and cows, Han people are invited to help slaughter them, but they are all strangled to death by hanging them without bloodletting. The cost of slaughtering a pig is 200 yuan