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... of smog - just a much, much greener countryside and it was connected by an eight lane dual carriageway.....that continued all the way to Vietnam.
The limestone karst forest simply takes your breath away. Stretching over 1 500 square kilometres these silent grey sentinels come in all shapes and sizes and truly look like a forest from a distance. But on closer inspection, they twist and turn through kilometre after kilometre in individual shapes and formations. ...
... maybe a glass of beer or wine. The 4 year old got absolutely hammered and was a hilarious drinking buddy, just kidding but he was funny. We made it through the wine quickly and began cheersing the corn alcohol. I don’t really remember what we talked about that night, not cause we were smashed, just cause it was three weeks ago, but there was tons of laughing and interesting banter going on. The grandpa was sitting in his seat listening to the conversation, smoking a large ...
... a Day but Gained Companions I had a ticket for the overnight train to Dali (大理) at 11.10 pm. If I had done my research properly, I would have boarded the train to Dali the night before and would not have to spend another day in Kunming with basically nowhere to go. A roommate, named Ma Mu (马沐), wanted to go to Cui Hu Park to see seagulls, which was said to be back in Kunming. With nowhere to go for the day before the night train, I ...
... brushed with early morning light. I double-locked the door and headed downstairs to catch a cab to the airport. A few hours later Tremayne and I were chatting as we exited the Kunming airport. I told him how I tried to get breakfast at the Beijing airport and ordered what I thought was Wanglaoji. Before I could finish my sentence he intuited, "You got the wrong red can." “Exactly! That other stuff ...
... Yangzhou. Finally we made it to the park which was on Sasha’s list of must-sees. There was a beautiful lake there – but you could not see the lake most of the time. When climbing the bridge and looking down all you could see was heads. Big, small and baby heads. This was the first weekend the seagulls returned so every young family of Kunming brought their offspring outside to feed the birds.
We followed our guidebook to a temple side restaurant that ...