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Kunming City; mushrooms and tea; Yunnanese cuisine
Leaving Beijing we flew to Kunming City in Yunnan Province. It was quite a long flight, about five hours with an hour stopover in an uninteresting place called Luzhou. The flight was fine, although the flight crew kept the fasten seat belt lights on at all times and kept announcing there was turbulence when there definitely wasn't. This was obviously to stop us wandering up and down the aisles.
... credits as they have smog literally everywhere... On the other hand side we loved the food. Not always easy to order, sometimes a blind guess, or hoping to recognize the character for 'beef', we might have enjoyed a special treat we did not know about... As you can get bread [sweet only!] in major cities as well the breakfast issue was solves easily. Although one day or another we did indeed have a nice broth to start the day. The favourite foods were the muslim street in ...
... sing-star on a larger scale! We got very carried away, singing, dancing on sofas and strutting on our 'stage' in front of the TV it was hilarious, esp as the Chinese in their rooms were very sedate and were sat on the sofas calmly singing away! I think they laughed at us more than we them!
I am so ready to leave China right now it is unreal! Get me out of here!!
... gutting, but it was actually mostly down hill or flat. As we reached the outskirts of the enormous city, we realised that we must have cycled to well above 2000m on our journey from Chengdu, (at 500m). No wonder it was so cold, and we are so very exhausted.
The 6 mile ride through the city to our hotel was fun and we were excited to see our first non-chinese person for 12 days. Arriving at the Camellia Hotel, we got into a funny conversation ...
... and Jack and picked mushrooms getting caught in a storm – getting drenched. We had lunch at one of the restaurants near the school and then I headed back to Yiliang by bus where I was to meet Yuqin and Shani (2 of my students). After the torturous bus journey back, Yuqin and Shani were waiting for me at the bus station, where we then got a taxi to Yuanquan Park (5minutes out of downtown). I have not seen Yiliang town so busy! There were so many vehicles ...