S. Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington,
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Chap. X.] A CLEAN AND CHEAP RESTAURANT.
either abandon or reduce to our journals, surveys, instruments and a change of clothes.
On the 4th of May we made our midday meal at a restaurant, charmingly clean for a Chinese establishment being new, on the hillside above Puerh, and enjoyed
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mang-lao (?) / pee-yau (?)
the tea, a most delicious brew in cups, and glutinous rice with coarse sugar, the jagheree of India. Our breakfast cost, for both, fifty cash, and we were allowed the run of the sugar bowl.
After our luncheon we toiled on over the summit and
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