Dynasty International Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... relationships - and for a very brief time in each conversation, I managed to create an illusion of being far more well versed in the local language than is true in reality. Unfortunately, this veil of mastery was quickly torn to shreds upon the conversation venturing into any other field, and I was forced to stare blankly and ultimately fish out from my bag of tricks the phrase that would perhaps become my most well-practiced during my time in China - ...
... the most beautiful materials, jandals in huge bundles, underwear, the usual fresh fruits/veges/meat and live chickens... We also picked up some photos that I had ordered, and dropped them around to Sara, so that she could take them back to one of the villages on her next trek. A young mother had approached me just as we were leaving her village, and asked if I could send her a photo of her young son. I was happy to do so. We tried to get down to the river via the eastern end ...
05/01/2013 (Sat) - Getting to Dali Ancient City For the last time, I allowed Qiong to go on another hitch-hiking attempt although I was extremely sure that it would be near impossible to get a free ride this time. Nuodeng (诺邓) was not a very popular tourist location (yet) so there were not many visitors, less to say those who came in vehicles. Perhaps, I was just trying to let Qiong had a taste of her first defeat in hitch-hiking so she could correct her ...
... to my seat, it causes mayhem, anything on a table goes flying, anyone on a seat isn’t on it for long, no one can get past me when they come in the other direction, I get sent on first, to 'clear the way’ for the rest of them, they refer to it as ‘Derricks whirlwind’ now,
I love my Bergen
We arrive at Kunming station, it was all off, I gave people a chance to get out of the ...
... endless oddities, we scour the peculiar stands until happening upon something that peaks our interest. Not an easy task considering the variety of local delicacies that include live frogs, fermented eggs, cuts of ox meat with the tail and skin still attached, chicken feet, and things we couldn’t even identify no matter how hard we tried. Trying to gain an understanding in hand gestures, broken languages and the reassuring gestures of a ...