Crowne Plaza Kunming City Centre
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Yunnan trip Left home EARLY (c 6am) as someone(?) always has to be early. Huge queue at China Southern check in but we still had plenty of time so headed off to Qantas lounge. Our flight was a code share with Qantas but they wouldn't allow us in unless we had booked on the QF no. Oh well. We wandered over to Coffee Club for a drink to while away the extra time. The plane was an Airbus 330 and we were pleased to see there was plenty of leg room ...
I had set the alarm clock for quarter past seven and that is when our day began. A day of travelling from Dali to the capital of Yunnan province, Kunming. After a bit of hanky-panky we went down go the reception to have coffee and buns. Up to brush teeth etc and checked out at 8.15. John had trouble getting the staff accepting a tip but succeeded in the end. They had helped us so much getting a room in Nuodeng which became a high light for us in ...
... see a city in the distance and we assumed this was Kunming , it appeared like a Satellite city, out in the middle of nowhere, but impressive in size and infrastructure non the less. As we drew nearer the most evident thing was that there were not many people on the roads. Great four laned highways with 2 or 3 cars on them looked odd to us. Then the apparent lack of human presence was obvious, it was like (as Pam so eloquently put it) the MARTIANS had come down to this great ...
... we had breakfast – chicken rice noodles and then we headed over to the primary school where I would be teaching a couple classes.
The school was very small with only one room and 41 students. Outside there was a playground with some very old and unsafe looking equipment which the children played on. However, teaching the kids was quite fun although hard work as they knew very little English. ...
... road were drops into the fields a couple metres below and many people feeling the need to drive without lights on.
A great day at Cao Dian Village – very traditional, old and in great surroundings.
Wedding Party (12th September)
During the late morning I spent time in the hills with a Chinese English teacher picking pears. Huge pears – yet I was told they were quite small compared to others that can weigh around 1kg. I ...