Dynasty International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A very rough very rough night! I can't breath, I have to sleep sitting up. I wake numerous times in the night to relieve sinus pressure from my pounding head. I don’ have any meds so I am stuck boo hoo.
We do make it down stairs for a light breakfast – I eat mostly fruit and down 2 vitamin C packs that I brought. I am thankful I came prepared. We see our Swedish friend Ruth again- she is staying at the bed and breakfast and ran into us at the ...
... to set up anything in the west (like a food stand). Of course he acknowledged that the moment you talk about politics in China the hammer comes down hard, but feels that the rest is pretty much up for grabs. Hated on America for the Iraq and Afghanistan wars as everyone does, and how can you blame them. He mentioned something about the food for oil and water for oil programs from the first Bush administration. Never heard of those, but Ill have to look them up. Fervently ...
A hop, skip and a 24 hour train ride from Guilin is Kunming, a small-ish city (by Chinese standards) in Yunnan province. We'll have to pass back through Kunming in a week or so, so this time we decided to just spend a day there. We spent most of the day on boring tasks like buying train tickets and posting our broken water steriliser back to Amazon so we didn't see much of the city. We did manage to try some of their local ...
... pain to communicate so we just grabbed our stuff and went back to fill out that form.
In China, the post office staff must inspect everything that you are shipping, so even if you manage to get that box ahead of time, you should not seal it. There were three methods of shipping available to us: surface, air and SAL (which is like a hybrid option between the two). Of course surface shipping is the cheapest option and since we are not in a rush to get the stuff ...
... the past week traveling solo, since Melinda left for Beijing, and have met some awesome people. I've tried various more mystery foods and/or meats (?) in the market, and maybe spent too much money on scarfs, accessories and housewares? Xi'an is a great city but I'm ready for a change. Change to Laos? Hm i'm okay with that. Anyone who has described Laos to me pretty much says it's a slow paced wonderland on earth. Tomorrow I will ...