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Man gives 84-yr-old mother a motorcycle ride to Tibet
    2017-July-5  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

SONG JIANHUI, 54, and his 84-year-old mother arrived safely at their home in Southwest China’s Sichuan Province on Saturday, after making a trip to Tibet on a motorcycle, the Chengdu Business Daily reports.

They spent 17 days traveling a total of 5,000 kilometers.

Song, a resident of Leshan City, loves outdoor sports, and is especially good at swimming and motorcycling.

One day in early June, Song asked his mother if there was a place she wanted to visit most. She answered immediately: “Tibet!”

The senior has traveled extensively, and Tibet had been her lifelong dream. Song said going to Tibet by motorcycle was also his wish. “It’d be too late if we didn’t go for it right away.”

After making necessary preparations, they set out on June 16 and arrived in Lhasa on the afternoon of June 21. “Mum was very happy and excited upon stepping on this pure land of Tibet,” said Song.

On the morning of June 23, they left Tibet for home. In order to enjoy different scenery, they chose a different route.

Commenting on Tibet, the mother said: “It was beautiful! Beautiful scenery, and good air quality, too!”

For safety concerns, Song said his mother had taken medicine to prevent possible altitude sickness before the trip, and that they would have retreated if she showed any sign of it.

However, at an altitude of 5,130 meters, “I had no reaction (to the high altitude) at all,” said the mother. She had even asked her son, “Is this the highest mountain along the way to Tibet, with such a small height? It’s simply a wet blanket!”

(China Daily)

 

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