Expo Garden Hotel (Si Bo Hua Yuan)
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This morning we tried to find the Bank Of China, to withdraw larger amounts of Yuan, instead of the limited amount of 2,000 or 3,000 Yuan. When we arrived, after a long walk, at the building with Bank of China written across it, they said we must go to the big mumma Bank of China, another 20 minutes walk - forget that! - so ATM's had to suffice. ...
... in China. His foundation starts with the challenges of being a looked-down-upon minority in China (although it's hard to be any minority anywhere, being white in China is relatively easy as most Chinese people, whether consciously or not, perceive whites as superior). Add on top of that an ignorance of many migrant and blue-collar workers here, who believe that the US only has white people, most of whom are blond-haired and blue-eyed (in other words, they think ...
... the entire time we were in the temple and included drums and chanting. After leaving the temple we headed for the airport with a stop along the way for dinner. Our flight to Chungqing was late, and we did not arrive until after 10, and it was 11 p.m. before we reached our ship, which had delayed its departure for our group. Chungqing is now the largest city in the world, with a population of 33 million. However, we were not able to see much of the ...
... guy was already asleep in our room, so we were as quiet as possible and turned off the light. Half an hour later, someone else came in. An hour later, someone else came back and woke me up. Just as I was getting back to sleep an hour later, the last person woke me up. Two and a half hours later, the last person to come in climbed down the bunkbed ladder and went off to the toilet. Then every hour and ten minutes from there on, she got up as if set to a clock ...
And we arrive - 8hrs 10 mins of pain. Into the busy streets of Kunming and using the map that is only in our heads after looking it up on the internet before we left Lijiang - we head for 'The Hump' Hostel (named after a route across the Himalayas). First time we haven't had a map or directions to the hostel, and it shows. We turn, double back and pretty much try every road in existence looking for the damn thing. I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet