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... just go to the normal ticketing office. We were so grateful that Sue and another young guy helped us to find that ticket office and then helped with translation and then directed us to the correct platform because we probably would not have completed the process before 10:30pm which was when the next train was due to leave for Lijiang (getting from one platform with luggage down steps then back up again to sort ticketing then down and up more steps for the ...
... but our sleep was so hard (thanks to the uneven roads, a snorring guy, and to the lack of beds) that we were still very tired after the journey.
Nous voulions faire une promenade a velo sur le vaste plateau tibetain, pres du grand lac, jusqu'a ce que nous realisions que ce serait bien trop onereux et que ca n'avait pas l'aire si extraordinaire que cela.
Nous avons donc commence par explorer les ruelles inexplorees de cette jolie ...
... more. One evening, Graeme and I were enjoying sipping tea in a lakeside cafe in Kunming . Asking the server if there was a toilet close by, the reply was "No". Persisting, Graeme got directions that were vague at best and he spent the next 20 increasingly frantic minutes finding a public toilet. We are often not close to the refuge of our hotel room and our own comfy seated potty.
Graeme and I were barely out of the Beijing ...
... study your flash cards” and “translate recordings sent by email.” At the conclusion of the third week, I was strong enough in my Chinese that I could communicate very simply with the teachers (there are about 15 teachers at Keats) and have a conversation. Success!
We also started to get to know Kunming better as in the layout of the city, our address, where the nearest convenience store is, and more. The kitchen embraced a new ...
It was not too difficult to say goodbye to Hainan for me. For Emma, it was a different story; there was a glassy eyed embrace with the woman who very much resembled a monkey, followed by a photograph which captured the bestial love that could have been.
After this, we settled into getting very well acquainted with the Chinese train network. Since Hainan, we have spent approximately 68 hours on some sort of train going ...