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... walked some more until it became obvious that we had missed a turn-off somewhere. Asking a few people along the way was no help, for the very few that understood a little English, didn't seem to know what we were looking for, so we soldiered on in accordance with the last set of instructions we were given and eventually arrived in a small street with a few flower stalls, but not the market. We gave up at this stage and decided to hail a taxi home. We managed ...
... friendly graduate student who took me to the Kunming Zoo last weekend. She and I had a great time together and have since become friends, so this past weekend, she invited me to her friend's home to make homemade dumplings. Now I have new Chinese friends, and in Chinese culture each person in a group outing must take turns being the host. Since they hosted last weekend, this means that this week my American friends and I have plans lined up to 'return the favor.' It's a great ...
... down towards the shrines and temples. As we walked, more visitors appeared, although it could barely be said to be crowded, unlike many such sights in China. A man selling bottled water and snacks dozed in a little gazebo with commanding views across the river that divided the mountain from the bulk of Kunming, and a Chinese visitor excitedly insisted on taking my photograph, as we descended towards the cliff-face. Clearly some visitors had started at the bottom and climbed the ...
... We paid for the seats. The train was packed!
We seemed to be the only western folk on the train and as such got the usual stares. I quickly made friends with the Chinese sitting near by and we got a game of Chinese cards going. They added a little excitement to the game by making the loser go do something funny. i lost one game and had to go tell an old Chinese lady that I loved her. As I started walking back toward the selected (lucky) lady, word got around quickly and before ...
... out of this protected zone into chaos. I took a picture of the lovely girls in local dress at the tourist information counter and asked how long a cab ride would be to our hostel address – 15 minutes their reply. Cabs here are quite inexpensive. We joined the taxi queue and were on our way in minutes. The taxi driver assumed we’d be staying at the hotel beside our hostel, both with the same name, so we walked ourselves next door after he ...
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