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... alas, none were listed. She asked a worker; he was confused. She asked the guard at the entrance of the international flights section; "there are no flights to Chiangmai today". Charlie hurried over to the domestic terminal and, on seeing that her Kunming flight was listed there, was troubled; this is not the normal way of things.
The worker at the check in desk was confused by Charlie's ticket and called her ...
... wilderness camping to be familiar with “the position” but the air there is somewhat fresher. Only in hotels and high class train cars will you find western toilets. Even in brand new malls in large cities the squat toilet rules. But aside from the style of toilet, the standard for keeping the toilets clean and odour free is just not there. Most of the time I want to gag when I have to use one. Add to that the fact that toilet paper is ...
I was stood in a simple shack made of bricks. To either side of me was two Chinese men both squatting down having a poo. The 3 foot dividing walls did little to hide their modesty. Not that they had any. Each did little to hide the amount of effort they were putting into depositing their passings - "urrrrrgggggh, urrrrrrgggggghh" was a common noise. But that's later in our story so I'll start from the beginning and come back to that.
We left Sapa and headed to ...
... trip was the cormorant fishing demonstration. This was an amazing show put on by a normal fisherman, using trained birds to catch fish at night! He would use a light on his boat to attract the fish, and also a generator to power the light. Other than the generator, his boat was all man-powered. When he let the birds loose, they didn’t fly away, but instead went fishing right away! They would catch many fish, but the trick was, they had their flexible ...
... took a nice stroll through the park passing all of the various ethnic dancers perform.
Surprisingly around 3:00PM Ghang contacted us wanting to meet up. He met us at Linda’s home where we sipped Puer tea, the most famous tea from Yunnan and much like wine is more valuable the longer it is aged. Linda, the sophisticated woman that she is, has been collecting and aging her own tea. I don’t think it is ...
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