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... and arms non stop B. There's no power outlet in the room so we had to run a lead down the corridor for Mac's machine C. Mac burnt himself getting water for his machine and said a very naughty English word so loudly I heard him in the cabin D. The man on the top bunk snores E. It was midnight and I was still scratching F. The name "soft sleeper" is a misnomer G. We can't close the cabin door because of the power cord so the noise and light of the corridor is a feature of ...
... When recounting the story to my host dad later, and complaining that the driver didn't apologize, he said that these little fender benders are so common that people don't even stop for them, and if anything they would have expected me to apologize for being in their desired path.
Although I found this encounter with the reckless motorbike disheartening, I find some other riders to be too friendly. As some people ride by me, they say "hello," "excuse me," ...
... they had their small farm, which consisted of goats, chickens, several pigs, one horse, orchard, and other fruits/vegetables. The rooms were clean, no heating/cooling or bathrooms, just warm blankets. There were 2 authentic Chinese bathrooms a spell down the hill that contained a shower and a squat-hole in each. The sink was outside the bathrooms and next to the animal stalls. This was really way too rustic for Geula, but there was no going ...
... A bus or a hike to the top affords fantastic views down to the city across the huge lake. There are three temples and many interesting nooks and crannies to see along the way. We could have spent a day there, but by the time we’d managed to work out the busses to get there we unfortunately only had time to take the bus/tram to the Dragon’s Gate at the top. Glad we got there though.
On a later visit (to Kunming) we stayed for a couple of nights at the newish ...
This will be a long entry, but only because I have been so very lazy over the last 3-4 days that I have decided to sum up the little we have done in one fell swoop - then I realised we have done quite a lot.
We awoke after settling in and I think we hit a little bit of a stumbling block in that all of a sudden we hit lazy-town, population 2. Kunming is a lovely place, but it just isn't as easy to do things as everywhere else as there just isn't as much to do ...
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