Empark Grand Hotel Kunming
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... sits with us for a little bit and even donated her Watermelon to me. I dreamt all about watermelon last night I think I was thirsty and maybe the juice would cool my rough achy throat.
It lonely takes roughly 40 min to get to the airport. On the way Daniel makes an off handed comment about "Asian Cough" that he remembers hearing about and disregarding in Australia. Sounds awfully suspicious. I was stuck smooshed between tons of Asian tourists traveling ...
... religion, east and west and thinks it should be gone. He said he had been to India and thinks its worse than most of Africa, and besides the poverty, he feels the cast system is a factor that makes for horrific living standards there. He did a lot of talking and some of it was out there. I am usually wary of any people talking about conspiracy theories, but the rest of what he was saying even if it was out there was certainly interesting to hear over a beer.
From Jianshui we came back to Kunming for a third time, this time to collect our passports with our Chinese visa extensions giving us another month here and to get visas for Vietnam, where we'll be for new year and my birthday! Apart from that we wandered around the city, went back to the big lake park and saw lots of music groups playing, played a lot of ping pong in our hostel, went to a big market with lots of animals, birds, jade, gift type things and plastic flowers and met ...
... is mortified by it all; watching grown men and women whooping it up playing youth night or summer camp games was too much for her sense of cosmic order. We played the Chinese equivalents of Chain Tag ("fishing net"), Night at the Museum ("wooden statues"), and another game where everyone had to pair up and two people chase each other; if the person being chased grabs one person in a pair, the other person has to then run and be chased ...
... called lily, my Chinese younger sister, who arranged the hotel for me.
After she talked to the boss, everything is fine and within 5 min i have my room.
Dropped my bag, i m having a drink with my friend Lilly, her sister Aimee and Jesse, the American friend, who is also joining the bike trip.
Bedtime at 2am.