Grand Park Hotel Kunming
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After a day of roaming the city, we make our way back to the bus station to board the overnight to Kunming, the largest city in Yunnan and a hub for transit to the rest of the province. It's a strange feeling here, being the only foreigners in a sea of Chinese faces. We can feel the stares of wonder and curiosity everywhere we go. I meet their gaze and beam a smile back, glowing and innocent and hard to resist. There’s no hostility in their ...
... a garden and walked around. Here they grew spices, tobacco and various other things.
Late afternoon/early evening we were back in Cao Dian Village where we would be having dinner at Mark’s house. Unfortunately, by this time I needed the toilet which was outside...3 waist high walls, no roof and a hole. Around 35 people were in Mark’s house, some of them family but most of them people from the village – all had come ...
... minutes then moved onto beer. The next days trekking was not easy with a raging hangover but it was a manageable 4kms compared to 16km the day before.
From Sapa it was a bus to the Chinese border then another longer bus to the city of Kunming in Yunnan province. Which is where I am now. As I type I can hear the clattering of mahjong tiles outside. It's ace. I already have a lot to write about Kunming. But that will have to wait till next ...
... Gate and look out over the lake and the city of Kunming. Its a popular outing for Kunmingites and whole families were there for the day out. The walk up weaves through woodland and past temples and finally you arrive to the very top viewpoint.
After a day like that what more can you want but to retire to the Camellia to kick back with a bottle of plum wine and a basketball match on the ...
... ports and more
than 90 roads to other countries. Police have increased spot checks and
set up more mobile checkpoints while keeping road traffic flowing.
2. from China Daily
Gangsters muscling their way into drugs
Drug-related crimes are growing at an alarming rate and are
increasingly characterized by gangs and violence, a senior official of