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Seeing Yang Leiguang, you might never imagine that the skinny boy traveled independently to Tibet for one month. More surprisingly, the 21-year-old from Henan University of Science and Technology brought only 500 yuan with him and earned other funds for travel on the way. He thinks that, with this trip, he accomplished his dream because he experienced some of the most memorable moments of his life.看着杨磊光,你可能怎么也不会想到正是这个清瘦的男生独自在西藏旅行了一个月时间。而更令人意想不到的是,这名21岁的河南科技大学学生身上只揣了500元,剩下的路费都是边走边赚的。他认为通过这次旅行,自己经历了人生中一些最难忘的时刻,从而实现了自己的梦想。Most desirable destination向往已久Yang acquired his love for Tibet after watching a documentary about the holy place. “I remembered watching people kowtow in front of the Potala Palace. Their devoted faces and sincere emotions just touched me so much that I wanted to go there myself,” he says. So he started to prepare for his long-awaited trip after he entered university and had more free time.在观看了一部讲述西藏的纪录片之后,他就爱上了这处圣地。他说:“我记得纪录片里人们在布达拉宫前叩首的场景。他们脸上的虔诚触动了我,因此我想自己去那里看看。”上大学后,有了更多的空闲时间,于是他便开始着手准备这次期待已久的旅程。Most thrilling experience兴奋不已Though Yang had been preparing for the Tibet trip for three years – doing exercise, learning hiking and wilderness survival skills, practicing photography and ing travel guides – he still met some unexpected challenges on the way.杨磊光为这次西藏之行筹备了三年时间。期间,他坚持锻炼、学习徒步旅行以及野外生存的技能、练习摄影并阅读旅行指南。但在途中,他还是遇到了一些突发状况。“Since it was my first time in Tibet, I underestimated the cost. I had to use every means to live cheaply and make more money,” he says. In one month’s time, he did several different jobs. He got paid to mark down the names of the people who reserved tickets to enter the Potala Palace; he handed out leaflets; and what he felt most thrilled about was selling souvenirs.他说:“因为这是我第一次进藏,因此低估了此行的费用。我必须开源节流”在一个月的时间里,他打了几份工:记录预定布达拉宫门票的游客的名字、发传单、还有最令他兴奋不已的贩卖纪念品生意。“I learned from one of my fellow backpackers that he was making money from selling souvenirs, so I bought accessories from the open market and sold them in the city center just as he did,” Yang explains. But that work was not risk-free. Like all the other vendors, Yang ran away whenever someone came to tell him to stop selling souvenirs.他解释道:“我从一位驴友那里得知他靠贩卖纪念品挣钱,因此我就效仿他,从自由市场上采购了一些配饰,到市中心去卖。”但是这份工作并非零风险。和其他的小贩一样,一旦被人阻止,他就要仓皇而逃。Most difficult moment艰难时刻For most of the trip, Yang handled situations properly, but there was one moment when he felt embarrassed and devastated.尽管旅行中的大多数状况他都可以应对自如,但是有一次尴尬经历几乎令他崩溃。“That was at Nam Co,” he says. “A girl and I wanted to go back to Lhasa, but we couldn’t get a free ride until 3 or 4 o’clock in the afternoon when a pickup truck came and agreed to take us”. But there was only one seat available. Yang is a gentleman, so he gave his seat to the girl, but he left all of his stuff on board.他说:“在纳木错时,我和一个女孩想要回拉萨,但没人愿意免费送我们一程。直到下午三四点时,一辆皮卡路过,答应捎上我们。”但车上只有一个空座。杨磊光发扬绅士风度,将座位让给了那个女孩,但同时他也将全部行李都落在了车上。When he realized his mistake, it was aly too late. He couldn’t catch up with the vehicle, and he didn’t have a cell phone to call the police or the girl. He had to walk alone along the road. “I walked for hours on the road, and I even worried about the worst result – that I may die of thirst or freeze to death,” he says. He was lucky enough to eventually catch a bus to Lhasa, where he met the girl again and got his stuff.当他意识到自己的错误时,为时已晚。他追不上那辆车,没有手机,既不能报警也无法联系上那个女孩。他不得不沿着路走下去。他说:“我在路上走了好几个小时,甚至还担心过最坏的结果——被渴死或冻死。”幸运的是,他最终搭上了一辆开往拉萨的大巴,在拉萨他再次见到了那个女孩,拿回了行李。The trip didn’t only bring Yang good memories and friends but also beautiful photos. He used these photos to make postcards and sell them on his campus. “I earned some money from this business, which will fund my next trip,” Yang says.这次旅行给他带来的不仅仅只有美好回忆以及路上结交的好友,还有一张张漂亮的风景照。他将这些照片做成明信片,在校园里出售。他说:“我会用赚到的钱来作为下次旅行的费用。” /201312/267711

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