Almost ten o’clock today，We begin to go。Maybe we were too tired yesterday, and we took a rest. In addition to the time zone, Ali was one to two hours later than Beijing. Today’s scenery is superb, all the way along the Zabuye lake, I didn’t see the Chaka Salt Lake, but Zabu Yecuo is the most beautiful lake we have seen. Today’s weather is also superb, calm, the water is like a big mirror, reflecting the blue sky and white clouds in the lake, with this mountain, this water, like a fairyland. During the ride, there are a few wild animals on both sides, and quickly pick up the phone and start to capture.
Zabuye lake is also known as the Zabuye cake, which is rich in lithium mines and ranks among the world’s three largest lithium salt lakes. The lake has a characteristic. One lake is divided into two halves, the south lake and the north lake, the south lake are solid and liquid coexist, and the north lake is a brine lake. In the salt lake, there is a layer of lake water with a small depth, high salinity and saturated salt solution. There are also some sub-lithium workshops next to it, and of course there are wind horses. Many places in Nanhu are separated by one grid, and the mining industry is quite developed. At the southernmost tip of the lake, there is a point to go up to the top of the mountain, to see the towering style of Tarot, walk along the mountain road, and finally return to the main road because of the short time.
Today, all day, We basically walked along Zabuye, and slowly began to move away from the lake. The style of the road is also peculiar, maybe the road now, and the lakeshore. Slowly leave the lake and turn left to continue in the direction of Rendo Township. Near the evening, entering a large saline-alkali land, the road is extremely bad, simply can not ride, we began to down the cart. We found shelter in this rough land, looked for a place to live, saw a black spot and rode it to the cart, and finally found a small village at night. The village is at the foot of a mountain, far away from the main road. The village is very small. Similarly, no one can speak Mandarin, even if the children attending school can’t say a few words.
Fortunately, there is no need to sleep in the wilderness today. The villagers have arranged us into a house where no one lives. The whole village has basically come. They helped us to make fire, help us clean up, communicate with us in a Chinese with one word and two words, and once again became a rare one. Every time I think of this, I am grateful to the Tibetan compatriots for helping us. Otherwise, this road is difficult to walk down. I fell asleep in this warm house tonight, and it’s good to have a bed!