Green Land Hotel
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... experts in the art of drinking tea - one for every complaint the human body can develop. A quick drive around Green Lake Park then back to our hotel before heading off down the street for some rice noodles. We have really splashed out tonight with dinner for 2 costing 30 yuan, or about AUD$5
Tomorrow, the next leg of the adventure leads us to Dali.
... wilderness camping to be familiar with “the position” but the air there is somewhat fresher. Only in hotels and high class train cars will you find western toilets. Even in brand new malls in large cities the squat toilet rules. But aside from the style of toilet, the standard for keeping the toilets clean and odour free is just not there. Most of the time I want to gag when I have to use one. Add to that the fact that toilet paper is ...
... boarder, Lao Cai, along the world's windiest (if that's a word) road ($2.5 each for the 45 minutes mini-bus ride). The views were stunning and I was a little sad to be leaving Vietnam but excitied for what lay ahead.
Leaving Vietnam was harder than entering. The boarder officails seemed to be looking for a reason not to let us out. Anyway, we escaped Vietnam and walked through no-mans land to the Chinese boardert. For some reason I always get nervous at ...
... of boats, huge amounts of people (I think 600), boats with huge amounts of people on them, and a woman running up and down a crescent-shaped moon like thing on a barge, which makes the crescent-shaped moon like thing rock back and forth. The best part was long ribbons strung across the water, with boats and people pulling themselves along by grabbing the ribbons and pulling. I think the audience was over 2,000 and they do two or three shows each ...
... we decided that that night would be hot pot night. :D We asked the staff at reception for a recommendation and they said that there was actually a really good place about a five minute walk away. We chilled out in the room for a bit and then headed over. It was still pretty early for dinner (6pm) but there were already patrons seated in the large restaurant. (Andrew writing now, y'all) We got a half and half pot (half spicy oil and broth; and ...