On our last day in Цйбу, we wandering with courage. Luckily finding some water, we were then able to continue with the rather necessary search. (They say if you make a deal in a grove of trees after sunset you risk failure... but at the very least, it's often an omen of detour (especially if you don't draw a 'certain symbol' on the ground.)) And as if our previous voyage was not enough: we ended up getting stuck in Цйбу for another three days! You will be surprised to learn that this route is actually called 'the Toack Concatenation Chain' and is a 3,000-kilometer-long phenomenon, linking the Rencen with the Литар River in North-Central Цйбу. This 'Concatenation Chain' appears as an oozing, whirling cerise ribbon in the ridge. A mournful wailing noise emanates from the peaks. It smells almost imperceptibly like peated whiskey. Tomorrow it will likely be drastically colder than it has been so far (the local guides' predictions are very often eerily inaccurate) so we plan to return tonight.