Kunming International Youth Hostel
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... or my new Residency Permit.
Thankfully my girlfriend of the time JiangNi surprised me and came to visit.
Me: 8am and sleeping off a Beer Pong hangover.
She: Ring Ring, Ring Ring.
Me: What the? Who the?
She: Hi baby it’s me, I’m hungry, maybe you should get up and take me out ...
... Culture and baked yourself a little city. The roofing and trim on all the buildings was not Chinese at all and resembled what I assume is a Thai style of architecture. Anyways, back to the food, I don’t remember the exact dishes John and I had but they were good. One thing I noticed about the entire province of Yunnan, was that they had a lot more meat and less vegetables in their dishes. Chongqing seems to have more vegetables in their cuisine. Food was good none ...
... flying by! I think the highlights for me have been: 1 - The Panda Research Base 2 - The Terra-cotta Warrior Army 3 - The Longji Rice Terraces (a great accomplishment for me since I quit at the Great Wall!) My favourite cities were definitely Shanghai and Hong Kong and my favourite stay was in Guilin... We definitely had a lot of fun there and met SO many people! Other than a few exciting highlights I would have to say that China is not really anywhere I could see myself coming ...
... people and it’s relation to their lack of awareness, how this self-awareness is an integral part of creativity. If you are aware of yourself, and aware of how you can change or how you continue in the same way and how you related and interact with everything outside of you, you can express yourself in different ways. There was also discussion about reading "thinking books" like philosophy, compared to reading story books, like Harry Potter. They ...
Sharon here. While John and the kids stayed at the dorm to study, I went out
with some other students from the school (a nice international mix) and
enjoyed a walk through Kunming's central square. There are hundreds of
people of all ages out in the evenings when it is cool. We walked from
the city center down Zhengyi Lu, where we could get nutella crepes atop a
shopping mall at 9:00 at night while watching the sun set over a small ...