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... price and good taste
The cost of our meal for 3?
About $20 USD
EATING IN CHINA
At first, we ate meat
Until we saw again
Meat hanging in the noonday sun
Just about every Mom ...
... Easy! Through some scanning machines (these seem to be popular, but no one is ever checking them!) and into an equally crowded waiting room. Guessing from my Chinese ticket, I found my bus with no problems and soon enough we were off. The bus took 5 hours to reach Dali New town. We drove through a lot of pretty nothingness. Small villages cut into the side of hills, with terraced farming areas. The new town is 15km away from where I am staying in ...
... for cheap hostels!
It was another 5yuan ride on the C71 public bus to the off-city centre (the old passenger bus terminal) some 40minutes away. Te Kunming Train station, a towering modern concrete structure, was only a 2 minute walk away.
After knocking from door to door, scouring a 5km radius around the station (as well as other more accessible parts of Kunming), I can safely conclude that the cheapest form ...
... them to say we found the street. They ended up turning around and finding the ticket office.
It was getting a little later in the evening and we choose to visit the Bamboo Temple. A famous Buddhist shrine on the top of a hill in Kunming. It was really pretty and pretty empty as they were nearing closing time. I think the student price was about 6 yuan (about $1)!
There were some really awesome temple guardians at the entrance to the courtyard and an abundance ...
... occasions. It’s really complicated for me; it’s not an insult here to China. If I was in the same situation as they are; I doubt I would’ve been any different. China itself however is another story. If you could only see all the pollution I’ve seen here you’d be shocked. Its endless construction works and how they seem to completely disrespect the nature here is sad. What could you expect? There are millions and millions of ...