After a long ride, finally I manage to reach Lanzhou in the afternoon. The weather was nice here, not so cold compare earlier. With the population of around 3.5 million, Lanzhou was the capital and largest city in Northwest China. The city acted as a transportation hub in connecting further west rail. The elevation now was around 1700m, it was almost the height on Genting Highland!! Majority of the population

I was awake in the morning with some weird sound. A normal day and as cold as usual, but when I step outside the door, it was SNOW!!! I feel excited at first when I experience snowing, but after a while I was started thinking that it could be hard to cycle when snowing. How am I going to start my ride today? Should I stay one more night instead?

Arrive in Lintao, the temperature here was extremely cold and windy…plan to stay a night here. Let me tell you all a little info about Lintao. Lintao 临洮, previously known as Didao 狄道 Lintao County is administratively under the control of Dingxi, Gansu province.The county is located mostly on the right (eastern) bank of the Tao River, a right tributary of the Yellow River. It borders with Lanzhou in the

Almost two months in China now. This is how I spend my meal most of the time. As you can see in the photo, Two bowls of rice, come with 3 fried eggs and a dish of vegetable. It will cost me around RM10-15, simple and nice. I will avoid meat most of the time to avoid “Lao Sai”….HAHAHA Thanks to my sponsor UFL Sdn Bhd for the Suunto M5

Mr Chiang is from Yunnan. He works as a teacher and never seen a lake or sea in his lifetime. He told me it was because Yunnan is an inland district, seafood was hardly been found at his place. Gansu gahai zecha lake was in his bucket list. So divert a few kilometer to see the lake. The lake looks normal for me but the feeling for Mr Chiang was