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We arrived during the evening, 21h, in the city of 'eternal spring' for a stay of only 24h. We were late for dinner so everything was closed but we had the chance to find a street-stand where they had BBQ skewers and BBQ vegetables. One of the best BBQ we had! The guys at the table next to us were quite drunk and were loudly playing a drinking game. It was some sort of shi-fu-mi but different. It was fun to watch them.
The city of Kunming has nothing ...
... sort of bacon (obviously pork that conveniently tasted of bacon) thing as well as a aubergine gorgeous thing and a tofu thing. Together they made for a very yummy dinner and made us excited about Chinese food even more :) We also had confirmed by our friend we were in a new time zone, 1 hour ahead (which seems weird cos all we've done is go north... It might be another hour in Beijing?!) Not long after setting off we were stopped again by the army or police. They came on the ...
... gesture and showed her some of the photographs that I took.
After two nights in the nice private room at Hump Hostel, Lisa and I switched to a private room with a shared bathroom in an attempt to save some funds. These rooms cost 110 RMB (vs the 175 our old room would’ve cost), but we immediately regretted the decision. The bed in the new room (#401) was one of the worst beds that I’ve ever slept on as it didn’t really have a mattress. ...
(Sharon here) These pictures don't capture how exhausted we were those first few days! We were sleepwalking in the afternoons. Not sure any of us realized how taxing it would be to have four full hours of one-on-one instruction every morning. Our time here is so ordinary, we don't have a lot of amazing travel pictures, but we'll post a few of the ones we caught when we remembered to bring the camera on our errands.
... we stopped at the local temple. It was different than the other temples we had visited in that there was one central Buddha's instead of hundreds or thousands. Paintings and cloth ladders hung from the ceiling instead of carvings. And the Dai language, very similar to Thai, could be seen everywhere. The change in decoration was due to the fact that this Buddhist temple was a different sect than what we normally see in China. The difference was explained to me as the ...