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... high class goods . All very tasteful. Found the Carrefour supermarket (as marked in the LP to our great excitement) and bought Chinese baguette, Italian salami, wine from Chile, duck from China, chocolate from Sweden and some other goodies. Just like any old expat!!!! In spite if s returning to Australia in less than a week! Nice picnic in the hotel and we are looking forward to a bit more exploring of Kunming tomorrow before heading by plane to Hong ...
... to capture some nice shots. Perhaps the attraction was the sunrise and "egg yolk" moon rather than the terraces, but the colors and hues were an excellent spectacle. Once done, we headed on the long journey back to Kunming. The 6 hours drive was uneventful except for the sleepy driver and the several quick breaks we made by the highway's shoulder. Arrived in Kunming about 5pm, checked ourselves ...
... shopping centre (easy to identify because of the McDonald's and KFC out the front just like home). We went into a giordoni store a bought a couple of t- shirts by pointing and using a calculator to establish the price. They were $15 and $7 each which was a bargain. We wandered around the shops went into Walmart to look for a Minnie mouse sheet set for Leonie's niece but no luck. We would have liked to go into the supermarket ...
... tea is cured in mandarine orange peels inside Yunnan caves. Every morning I perform my little ritual and put few leaves in the strainer that fits in top of my Chinese tea thermos, rinse bit of water thru tea in strainer (to cleanse it of dust and impurities they say) then add water to thermos and steep for 5 minutes. I make 2 thermoses with the same tea. Hey, the experts say "2nd pour & 3rd pour" are the best when they make the tea ...
... After dropping off our stuff at the hostel, we then decided to cab it over to the Western Hills. The cab driver asked if he could drop us off at the cable car lift, we agreed since none of us knew where the entrance to the park was located. We were dropped off at the edge of Dian Chi Lake, right before a bridge linking the strip of land to the Western Hills. Being the cheapskates that we are, we elected to walk across the narrow 2 lane bridge and find a way up the ...
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