Green Land Hotel
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We awake in Kunming and sort our luggage ready for the off. This has been a flying visit, one night only in the hotel, so we need to be ready after breakfast. Breakfast is pretty good here, but we avoid the dubious item labelled "Chemical"! Our hotel is situated at the edge of a lake in the centre of Kunming but since arriving yesterday we haven't had a good look in daylight, so we go for a little wander after brekkie. It's lovely, part covered in lotus flower, and part clear ...
... you landed at 10:30pm. Then I took the airport bus downtown, the subway had finished and so I took a taxi who had no idea where I wanted to go. Finally, I arrived at the hostel to find another Laura had checked in earlier and they'd accidentally given her my reservation- not what you want to hear at 1am! Anyway it all worked out ok and now I'm off to explore Kuala Lumpur, in shorts and t-shirt for those of you freezing in the UK! Photos to follow ...
... bathroom which was great. The common area was big and there was a lovely terrace too. We immediately went to bed and crashed out.
Saturday morning we had a delicious breakfast at the hostel and then ventured out. The first thing we noticed was the overwhelming smell of sewage in some areas. There were lots of stalls selling trinkets and scarves. There were also quite a few malls and lots of stores. Around the city there were so many demolished buildings that had been ...
... peas) covered in some sweet syrup like sauce – much nicer apart from the peas! I also bought some xiaolongbao’s which I always eat in Yiliang as I know I like them – steamed bread with a little meat/vegetable inside with a little ‘soup’.
We then headed onto one of the pedal boats and spent an hour relaxing on the lake.
Lunch was spent at the twins’ house where his grandma had prepared some 'jiaozi' - ...
... on the outside until you got to the middle...needless to say, I won’t be eating that again!
We then headed to one of the biggest supermarkets in the town. It was huge! They don’t allow you to take in bags though so you have to leave it in one of the lockers. As big as the supermarket was, the food section was rather small and everything else (clothes, sprays and electronics) took up most of the space! We ...