Hotel du Temps Perdu
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... t have it or the other two that were my next choices. Finally I settled on pineapple juice. The server came back again and through our interpreter, I learned there was only enough pineapple juice for one glass and that went to another girl. In the end I ended up with mango. Breakfast was followed by a walk around the village. The few words of Mandarin that I know were of no use as the people in village only speak Bai. Our interpreter taught us a few words so at least ...
The bus ride was grueling. After two hours we stopped at the bus stop and after 3 more hours we arrived to a beautiful valley with a large lake. Our place was in the Old Town with a different architecture and feel than Kunming. It has a small town feel for a large city. The houses are white with tiled roofs raised at the end with a good design in grayish blue and a round seal under the ...
We left Bingzhongluo at 8.30. Feeling a cold coming on, I was very happy to be off to slightly warmer temperatures. So we arrived in Liuku towards the evening, and got a sleeper bus to Dali(Xiaguan). I'd never tried a sleeper bus, and I've heard various things about them. Besides the fact that we slept with our smaller backpacks as pillows, and the apparently common pasport ...
... China? Another modern cultural experience was a karaoke night that Leon organised for a few of us. It is called KTV and it is in a private room, which seems shocking at first but is actually loads of fun. There were about 15 of us and the beers were flowing, everyone got into the singing (yelling) and we had dancing aswell. We had the room booked until 2am but they let us keep it until 6am for free! We hadnt even realised it was that late we were having ...
... the projected image.
Then, as the darkness moved across, we decided to appreciate it in a better location: a massage spa. So while our shoulders were being rubbed and our feet soaked in tubs we gazed at the TV screen, we turned to look up at the sun through sunglasses and protective glasses, and we tracked its progress on the portable camera.
At first the progress was slow, but then things ...