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... After walking through the market we went to a newish shopping complex for dinner at a teppenyaki restaurant before going to a Carrefour supermarket to buy food for our bus journey. We found bread, butter, proper cheese (dairy products, long time no see, thank you french supermarket) and tomatoes, bring on sandwiches for lunch! Then it was back to our apartment for an early night, travelling can be very tiring! Hours on the train: 253 Countries visited: ...
... br> Just a short distance down hill from the temple was Green Lake Park. This was in fact a number of lakes separated by pathways, bridges and pavilions. It was packed with people on this Saturday afternoon although where you would expect to see large families out enjoying themselves here, with the single child policy, the family consists almost always of just a mother, a father and one spoiled but well mannered child. The main attraction in the park at this time ...
... police slowly joined, a bag of goods was torn open and things fell on the ground and broke. Finally the guy and his wife walked away to a
barrage of abuse!!!
Home at 7.30pm - a long day and the last part of the trip was over motorway redevelopment and the surface was awful.
Next day a quiet day, with packing for our move to a CS host who runs a small after-school school. Heather has decided to go ahead to Lijiang and meet us in Dali in a few days.
... beef, peanut soup and a few other things. Far too much food for the 6 of us, however, once done we still went out for an ice cream, mango ice cream.
Whilst in Kunming we've met up with Joe who I met when I was here last time. He can now speak almost fluent Chinese and we went out for a meal together, myself, Dave, Chen, Chen's friend xiao rong and Joe's friend li qi. We went for guo qiao mi xian (across the bridge rice noodles) - a local Kunming dish.
... balcony with views out over the city and the central square. We love it here, even if it’s a bit weird having to share a bathroom with 100 other people. Later that evening we headed out for our first look around Kunming and our first glimpse of life in China. The first thing we noticed about the city is how quiet and serene everyone is; having lived in southeast Asia for the last 6 month we have got used to the constant din of beeping ...