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... 160; Eventually it was time to get on the bus. When we got on board, we saw that the bus was lined with 4 rows of bunk beds all the way across and all the way back. We were almost in the back bunk, me in the center, sharing border with another bed, and Kelley in the window seat, between a window and the aisle. Being that this was an evening trip, we promptly started trying to doze off. The bus stopped for food, which took some time, and we realized it needed a little ...
... of grumpy, bumpy traveling and an emergency watermelon break, we ended up at the flower market. Kunming is the City of Eternal Spring, so I guess they have a lot of great flowers? Classic Jim was so excited. Our first stop were the bathrooms... that you had to pay to use... wtf?
Then Jon bought me a rose :) it kind of made up for that miserable car ...
... to ensure tourists visit this wholly unprepossessing city which has the most unbelievable traffic jams. When asked about the major industries in Kunming, Selina replied - tourism is definitely number one followed by agriculture, especially tobacco growing, and fresh flowers. What a delightful picture this painted in our minds! However, the view from our minibus appeared to indicate that other industries might be in the preponderance despite the " official" comments from ...
... slopes down steeply to the Yangze River at its base. At the highest point of our trek we were a whopping 2760 metres above the river. The trail is narrow in bits and crumbly, and can make your stomach turn when you look over the side of the cliff to the massive drop below. The heat was near unbearable at parts but it was such a beautiful and amazing trek. We slept in a small village halfway through, which boasted on the sign "scenic toilets" (who could resist that?). In fact, ...
We got the bus from Yangshuo back to Guilin in time to catch a sleeper train to Kunming. Unlike our previous Chinese train journeys, there were not only other Westerners on the train, but an English couple sharing our cabin. They were on there way to Kunming to look for work and were planning to spend several months there and we were able to pass the time by chatting to them.