Travel to the ancient Kingdom of Tibet. View the ancient buildings, see the quaint ways in which these simple, primitive people lived. Take photographs of all you encounter! Travel on the world’s highest railway, onward into China, the lands of the ancient Middle Kingdom. View for yourself the ‘Terra-Cotta Warriors’ where thousands laboured to provide this supreme spectacle of industry, harmony and homage! Sail through the spectacular Three Gorges of the Yangtse river, before passing through the locks of the huge Three Gorges Dam, said to be the eighth wonder of the world. Spend days passing by as the largest economy in the developing world flexes it’s financial muscles, before leaving from Hong Kong’s magnificent airport for your return trip to Britain at the end of your stay in the most marvellous place you have ever visited!
Oh, and just ignore those strange, flattened areas which you encounter as you travel through Tibet. It is patently untrue that they were the sites of over six thousand monasteries; they are actually preparations for playing fields! You can also ignore the strange and excitable calls for a ‘Free Tibet’ which you may encounter; they are just propaganda! It is also totally untrue that democracy-loving China invaded Tibet in 1951! Tibet has always been part of China. As you may know, the Three Gorges project will produce a huge inland lake, but everything has been done to alleviate stress, and no-one has lost out, or been forced to move! The Chinese Government welcomes tourists, and is always open to constructive criticism at all times!
Oh, and don’t forget to buy one of these before you leave on your trip of a life-time, as it will serve to wipe the bloodstains off your shoes as you enter your home once more!