Dianchi Garden Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... immaculately clean and instead of the ubiquitous open bin for used loo paper, there was a shiny flap that gave access to a chute for the waste. The locks worked to hold the door closed (a minor miracle) and each loo was equipped with its very own TV! Yes, a tiny TV monitor attached to the wooden panelling of the wall. There was soap in the dispensers to wash your hands and the dryers were those super efficient, heat blasting "blades". In the centre of the entrance was ...
... the sky. After a few minutes of star gazing, the celestial beauty was too much to bear, I just had to DaBian (****). I asked the brother where the bathroom was and he said you’re standing in it. I laughed and walked over to the side of the trail and took my second most natural DaBian on this trip (there is another to come). I finished up and hung out under the stars and in the comfortable weather for a little longer before retiring to bed.
We woke up around 830 ...
... station the next morning to take a bus to Kunming Southern Bus Station (昆明南部 3;车站) for Yuanyang (元阳). With less than half a day left, I visited Cui Hu Park (翠湖公园) or Green Lake. The park itself was not that exciting and I would have readily gave it a miss any other time. However, it was home to ...
... This market was probably the most interesting part of the city, with everything from puppies and kittens to vibrant flowers to turtles and assorted insects being sold as pets. The puppies were adorable. The spiders were nasty. There were even squirrels hilariously bouncing from ceiling to walls in their little cages.
For our evening activity we went to an ethnic minority showcase that, better ...
... to find each other was by looking to find people that had been covered the most.
After over an hour of ‘fighting’ in the freezing cold we finally decided to find a restaurant where we ate some Korean food and had cucumber soup. Once back at the hostel everyone was just sat around talking, relaxing and having fun. At 1am, the ‘fight’ on the square and the streets were still in full swing but people ...