Expo Garden Hotel (Si Bo Hua Yuan)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... patrol. Hmmmm, an armed border patrol by any other name is still an .....????...... Oh well.
An afternoon checkin at the New Era Hotel right in the centre of town, a quick shower and we were off to see the Flower and Bird Market of the Old Town. Lots of stories of the history of the town, its growth, the wars and the heroes interspersed with markets and stalls. But my major concern had nothing to do with the Old Town, I needed to be in the Mall at a chemist. ...
... that provide levels for different uses. The bottom level held the tea pot and the second level held the cups and the used tea leaves. We praised the tea table and they agreed it was pretty, but admitted that it was very cheap. Side note rant; After finishing university as an engineer and having taken classes as well as had experience with trying to manufacture things, I have gained much respect for manufactured goods. I don’t equate manufactured goods to hand made ones, but ...
... places further afield. Connecting buses from Kunming Train Station went to the southern, eastern and western bus stations but not the northern one - an Italian traveller told me all these when I was in Nanning but none of the hostel staff knew. However, the city was plagued with traffic jams. Just a first glimpse of the city and I would be back to explore it further after I returned from ...
... the same actress who performed the famous (although in my opinion slightly inferior to her initial performance) peacock dance. Silhouetted against a yellow orb representing the morning sun, she jerked and wiggled her slender body in staccato motions reminiscent of a crane or ibis. After the show we ate Kunming’s famous over-the-bridge-noodles (过桥米线) and prepared for the following ...
... in the University of Chengdu. When getting off the train we exchanged tokens of gratitude to each other: we presented a deck of cards with a Canadian flag at the back of each card and received a bag of walnuts. Wang Yi even taught us how to crack walnuts without a special utensil – squeeze two nuts hard against each other. We would not advice to do it indoors though as pieces and crumbs with eventually spread to the far corners of the room.
After two ...