Horizon Hotel Yunnan
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... is so important as people we learn to love the individual and that love will make the change.
Daniel really loves it here I think he/we were getting tired of the dirty humidity and coming to a cleaner more organized area is good for us- especially for me trying to get better. We say our goodnights and confirm that Lily will be to us at 11 to help us find breakfast and a travel agent so we can go see some things. Precious Lily moved right up on my favorites list. ...
... to learn 1-5 in Chinese with a small idea how to say 6-10! We jested this was the husband I got myself in Laos!
At 7 we became rather confused as to whether we had crossed a time zone. Our wrist watches said 7pm whilst my phone had updated itself to say 8pm... With no idea we simply carried on the journey in the pitch black (no lights on the bus or street lights) at some point between 2 time zones! We soon stopped for a toilet break and food. The food was ...
... provides earplugs for those that are not wise enough to travel with their own, so the noise issue was minimized. The hostel was really busy though, so we were stuck in that room for the last two nights that we spent in Kunming.
The facilities of The Hump include a bar, with a pool table and a ping-pong table and plenty of seating for both guests and locals that like to visit the bar and/or restaurant. A happy hour special of draught Kingstar beer for 5 ...
... to have collected all the purveyors of large jade carvings.
It was pleasant to spend a quiet evening at Ai-Li's apartment, but then we went back to start school in earnest.
We get three meals a day here at the school. The two ladies who cook for the school and keep the place clean are like house-moms - we all call them "aunties" (even though they are younger than me). Our dorm rooms are not on the same floor ...
... s home to have lunch. On the ride over people started to come out of their houses, no doubt wondering why a pack of 25 foreigners had descended on their village. I saw a toddlers point and me and then look at his mother with a expression of pure confusion.
Lunch was good. There was lots of different dishes, however I stuck to rice and corn given my last couple days. We sat around low tables on little stools in a open air patio. When we finished, it was time for ...