An 1880 report describing an expedition from Chengdu, China along the eastern edge of Tibet to Bhamo in northern Burma.267 me smoking a cigar, and said that at Lassa people smoked a#39; hookahs, a#39; the body made of brass, the long stem made of wood. He said that fire was put in at the top, and that it was handed round from one person to another. In fact, he ... This now stands for half an hour or more in a thick earthen pot over a few glowing sticks of charcoal, which just serve to keep the water from cooling. It was only on greatanbsp;...
|Title||:||The River of Golden Sand|
|Author||:||William John Gill, Henry Yule|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2010-09-09|