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Finally, we see a Sichuan Opera performance
Beautiful dancing girls, comedy, acrobatics, hand shadow show, the arhu
And finally, dancers who change the masks on their faces
many times with just a nod of the head ... Pretty amazing
I slept surprisingly well on the train. For the last couple of hours of the journey, we were whizzing through stone forests (lumps of stone everywhere!) and dry looking farmland, all in shades of brown - a total contrast to the luscious greenery that I'm used to. About an hour before we arrived, the ticket man came back round collecting in the plastic credit card tickets and redistributing the paper ones we had to begin with. Totally confused! The ...
... sing-star on a larger scale! We got very carried away, singing, dancing on sofas and strutting on our 'stage' in front of the TV it was hilarious, esp as the Chinese in their rooms were very sedate and were sat on the sofas calmly singing away! I think they laughed at us more than we them!
I am so ready to leave China right now it is unreal! Get me out of here!!
... soon arrived at the train-station in Kunming, 19 + hours later. It was still early morning and we grabbed a bike at Dicos(The Chinese version of KFC). Everyone felt it was a good idea to buy our next train/bus tickets. There was disagreement on the time to leave for the next destination. About half wanted to leave to go to the city of Dali the next morning. So of us (including me) preferred to take the bus over night and sleep during travel instead of wasting a day traveling.
... an hour I had already found two Chinese Business women, or at least I presumed they were, and they took me to the bookstore. I’ve found the perfect one; Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and the Greater Mekong. Exactly where I’m headed! Then they even invited me for dinner and paid for it all haha. Guess there still are friendly Chinese and that random kindness still exists here. Trust me, that’s rare in China. These were my last Chinese ...