Golden Spring Hotel
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... you can buy Australian wine in the shops and Michael prefers that! Other grape areas. Shinjiang. Most Chinese drink baijiu a spirit made from corn and rice. Rainy season. July August. Now dry season. Lunch at Tang Diem. Buffalo st Horse st market Hua Shi to. Where we are staying. 1 mu =650sq.m. Each farmer has 1.3 mu. Not enough land to do much on. About 15 years ago a farmer here entered a photo of the area into a competition and won. ...
... pointless I feel! Even the Pyongyang subway had more passengers. Public transport rants aside, Kunming, unlike many Chinese cities doesn't really have anything to do. Like most of Yunnan everything involves a 3hour or so bus ride out of the city. So I visited the lake (again!) which was almost as beautiful as Westlake. November/December is the seagull season so the lake was full of people paying money to feed the hundreds of seagulls - I chuckled ...
Finally managed to send that hideous Chinese dragon to its new owner today, which is no small feat considering the language problem. I think the lady in the post office wanted to know WHY we wanted to send a green mean Chinese dragon to Holland, but eventually she gave up and helped us send it on its long journey.
And tonight we go to Nepal! (Via Dhaka that ...
... their private cars already trying to scam us. "15 RMB?? HAHAHAHAHA!" Luckily a taxi pulled up and the receptionist at our hostel spoke to the driver and he got us there safely.
One of my travel goals was to get out of my comfort zone and by the time we reached our hostel at 1am, my comfort level was about 3/10. Goal accomplished! It made me wonder how the hell people travel alone. Our hostel, The Hump, was very nice and really eased my soaring anxiety. We got a triple and ...
... looked like the walking dead. So well done me for surviving!
On the train to Dali I shared my cabin area with some Chinese. The boys were very amusing and wanted one wanted me to write something on his arm in English. So I put a little message to his girlfriend 'Your eyes are like stars, please be my wife!' When he finally translated we all had a good giggle.