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... then board the train took the full hour, with that help). We said our goodbyes to an emotional Sue, with hugs all round, then it was onto that next train.
The next train was a double decker and of course we were on the top deck, with our luggage. As we had to take what was available we were in separate cabins and as it was almost immediately bedtime there was no time for small talk with the other passengers so that was that until the morning.
... were pretty tired, so we went back home and now we continue relaxing... in preparation of our next amazing trip !
Apres le long voyage depuis Shangrila, nous sommes arrive vraiment creves a l'auberge de Kunming. Nous etions vraiment ravis de retrouver la chaleur et le ciel bleu, plus de touristes dans les rues, de bons lits, du linge propre, et une douche nous remettant bien sur pied !
Apres un bon repas ( et mes premieres pates bolognaises depuis des ...
... of town. The hills made for a pleasant walk up and made for a pretty good view over both the city and the surrounding countryside, but in my opinion failed to lie up to the hype generated around them by the local tourism industry. After seeing our fill of temples and gardens we headed back down and earned our beer money for the day catching local buses back rather than using another taxi.
After a gruelling bus trip back to ...
... What a wonderful arrival!
The first week of classes was fun, tough, and enjoyable -- all at the same time. Our daily classes (excluding weekends of course) would start at around 12:30 and then for a whopping four hours we would sit in a teeny room and listen to our individual teachers. My teacher’s name is Kelly, my sister’s Lynn, and my Mom’s is Evelyn. The whole school is made up of the same teeny classrooms, and one also very ...
... separating it from the bedroom and as I was still suffering slight tummy issues I had to keep asking Ashley to turn the music up on the computer and look away every time I needed to go to the loo! This trip's definitely brought us together!
We headed out into town to hunt down a Laos Lonely Planet guide from a Mandarin bookshop. What followed is a first in Ashley's lifetime - he bought a novel and has actually enjoyed reading it, his first ever non-football biography ...
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