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... br> When we were about to cross the street again, Emi screamed, "Who wants to eat go this way. Those who don't go that way."
Jamala and I followed Emi. When we sat down at a restaurant, we whined about being starving and could not understand why people were being picky. "Ain't nobody got time for that.' Emi ...
... or the little boy running in and out of the room yelling "GRANDMA!", made me realize how comfortable the American healthcare system is with regards to patient privacy.
After talking with me, analyzing my pulse, and looking at my tongue, the doctor prescribed me a concoction of about 20 different herbs. It smelled really good so I was excited to try it, but it ended up being extremely bitter and actually tasting like vomit. Just thinking about it those three ...
... enough to do the full “28 bends” to the top. They were happy to have “beaten” this guy, but the climbing was really tough. The view was spectacular throughout. We saw wild horses, goats and other animals along the way. We bought some Chinese pears from an awesome looking Maoist old man who was just sitting on a mountain in a middle of nowhere selling this fruit. We did not stop for lunch, we just kept climbing. We had to ...
Well we've made it to China (just), we may have actually held up the flight. We were suppose to leave at 3am but were delayed by forty minutes with an amended boarding time of 3.10. At 3.10 we headed to the gate to find no one else there, including security, and a poor chinese man looking for us. They then had to call back security and escort us onto the plane! Luckily for us ...
... the Sun and Moon pagoda in the middle of Shan lake, which are blazed in their respective colours.
Because of China's monstrous size, it is unsurprising that the most efficient and comfortable form of transport is the rail network. Covering over 91,000km, and transporting well over a billion people annually, the rail service needs to run both efficiently and affordably for the users. For long ...
Other places to stay in Kunming
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No.94 Mingtong Lane, Beijing Road, Kunming | Hostelfrom $13