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The weather for sunrise is supposedly cloudy. Will skip heading back up to the Wall for sunrise. I don't need two solar disappointments in half a day.
Down to the truck with Peta so she could get some wine. The shops were closed so no more Coke for the rum. Back up to find Grant in his Canberra gauchies outside yapping; okay. Updated the draft blog. Chatted about this and that with Trav. Bed by 2200.
... small mountain range (massif).
-Located in Southern China, near Lijang.
-Highest peak is named, Shanzidou.
-Also known as Mount Yulong, after the Mount Satseto.
-Found in South China.
-Flows through the Jade Dragon Mountain.
-Ends up in the Yangtze River, part of the East China Sea
... tidied my backpack, made a coffee and boiled water for our water bottles. Had to wait up for Leonie anyway. Turns out they were a hit at the next place. Kim decided to get up on stage and lift the performer on to her shoulders. Sounds like I missed out on quite a bit. Oh well. Tried to sleep but was freezing. Had to pull the thermal gear out again. I think it was because the room was so damp as well. Eventually went to sleep. Big bus trip back to Kunming ...
... and the nape of my neck and other maneuvers which are too hard to describe but which I remember from Timor days. She then scooped the foam off and started all over again. Heaven.
Rinse off the shampoo then into anther seat and a cut and blowdry. All for the princely sum of 15 yuan (around $3). Once I’m a regular customer I might pluck up the courage to ask to take a photo of the salon and ...
... but the view of everest at sunset made up for it. We sat in a little room with a stove in the middle eating rice and egg before having a look outside, I've never seen so many stars! Couldn't stay out long before I couldn't feel my hands so went to bed using a candle and slept in the 7 layers of clothes I'd had on with 7 blankets and sleeping bag. I was cold most if the night ...