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We arrived in the evening, around 9pm, 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 special, ...
... later the two kids left. We packed up and walked back to the hostel. At the hostel, people were getting hammered. There was particularly inebriated group of 30-40 year old Chinese people. They invited us to hang out and wanted to try the Yen Tong. Because they are not from Yunnan, they hadn’t really seen them. Even later on, when things had quieted down, I was hanging out with a group of Chinese people my age. They were college educated and looked to be ...
... sandwiches). I took a shuttle bus from the airport to the Hump Hostel downtown and then proceeded to go on the hunt for the necessary things for a Burmese visa. I managed to find all I needed in one place near the hostel then enjoyed Happy Hour at the Hump (5元 for a ping of Yunnan beer!) and ukulele-d on the rooftop before going to bed. Tomorrow morning it's off to the Myanmar ...
... leave this trip, there hasnt been any improvement in accomadation or transport, still everything done on the cheap
We were spending £1000 a week on fuel for the bus, (so rumour has it) why cant this be used for alternative transport ? rather than public transport ?
What has happened to the money those who left the trip left behind ?
They never got any refunds, I suppose it has been 'donated' to the UKtoOZ coffers
... to her documentary. After we’d eaten, we found a tiny bar and sat in the upstairs mezzanine floor that had a ceiling so low it was impossible for Marcie to stand straight and I ordered a Margarita that turned out to be very strong and quite questionable as to it’s authenticity.
The cab ride back to the hostel was mysteriously quicker than the one there and after organizing a van to take us to the Stone ...