Women of the Gobi: Journeys on the Silk Road by author and Lonely Planet editor, Kate James, is a personal journey across the deserts of northwest China. Kate followed in the footsteps of three early 20th century Christian missionary women and their Mongolian adopted daughter. Along the way she ate yak hot-pot, went briefly mad with altitude sickness, met a young Living Buddha who liked to draw cars and was surprised to discover religion is now thriving in China despite sixty years of communism. Bookings: 9353 4000 (Chris-86)
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