Ivan and Hunter's Travel Guide Ivan and Hunter

This is The Himalayas it is a wonderful place covered in snow. It stretches across Northeastern India. It passes through India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, and many others. So you will be able to experience many countries if you travel all through the whole mountain. It has temperate Forest with many mammals. It is 29,029 FT tall. It has three major rivers. So you will be able to see its amazing views.
This is the Platue of Tibet with its wonderful viewing that are 965,000 sq miles. It is really high up, it's elevation is 13,000-15,000 FT. The Indus and The Brahmaputra are rivers that cross through the platue. It has the most extensive farming in Tibet with rich soil like chocolate. It majors centre is population, economic activity, culture, and air or land transportation. So if you travel on the tour bus you will be able to see people and their culture. You may also see majestic creatures grazing.
This is the Sandy Taklimakan Desert which is the largest desert in China. You might get creeped out because of a saying that people of the land say is "once you go in you could never come out." You might want to take a lot of water because there is absolutely no water. It is really warm and dry that is one of the hottest and driest deserts. In order to get water to your fields the water has to be diverted from the mountains.
The Gobi desert is a desert that is 500,000 square miles. The word Gobi means wokenless place. It has 5 sandunes which are cool to see its views. It is the fifth longest desert. It is one of the coldest desert which is wired because when you think of a desert you think hot. The Gobi desert sometimes has snow. You can see snow and sand at the same time which extrodenary to see because it is unusual.
The North China plain is a large flat open area, which goes up along the shore of the Yellow River, one major river in Asia. It covers 158,000 square miles of Asia. It is 160 FT above sea level and you might think that's a lot but you will see that the mountains are much higher up. It's nickname is the Yellow Plain because it is along the Yellow. The major crops that are grown are wheat, cotton, sesame seed, peanuts, and tobacco. You are able to see how many crops are planted there and able to see mammals grazing on the North China plain.
The Huang He river also know as the Yellow river. The Yellow is the second longest river is Asia surpassed by the Yangtze River. The river rises in southern Quin Ghai. The Great Loop drains the Yellow river, the Great loop is 23,000 square miles. The Yellow river's upper course is about 100,000 miles long. When you visit you can see the rapids that go through the river and see all the fish farms and farming.
The Chang Jiang is Asia's longest river with a length of 3,915 mile long. It is also known as the Yangtze. It has a basin that extends for over 2,000 miles. The Yangtze's source is the Platue of Tibet. So you get to see the platue of Tibet but also experience the Yangtze River. It's mouth is the East China Sea.
This is the Bay of Bengal it is a really good place to swim because its shallow it is a really big area so you can explore and discover new things inside the depths of the Bay of Bengal. You may have to watch out on the tide because the water could get deeper. It is bordered by Sri Lanka and India. The Ganges flows into the Bay of Bengal which a major river with spirits. The climate is dominated by the monsoons. From the North in April through November there Hughes wind speeds.

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