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Travel Blogs from Kunming
... information written on the box of the French injection, quite hectic for the translation but good laughs with the nurse! At least I have had the 3 injections which is still safer when going to remote areas. The hostel is very nice, they have an outdoor terrace in the sun, a small patio with a pool table, the rooms are pretty clean and the staff is very helpfull. However, I figured out that I did ...
... look round the old town and do more tatt shopping. Then, back on the bus to Kunming. Unfortunately this bus was sized to be suitable for Chinese midgets and thus legroom was a premium, which made the 3 hour traffic jam, slightly uncomfortable- but card games and eye-spy passed the time. Upon arriving, we all piled out and into taxis. It was this point i realised I had left my only pair of trainers on the coach...balls. Some Chinese person will now be using those as life ...
... ways with our new friends and Eric and I thought we could walk to the minority village. There are more recognized minority groups in Yunnan than all of China and this village was a small representation of those groups. We were making good timing and were going to have a full 3 hours to explore this village but we got lost and ended up walking everywhere around the village but inside it. We succumbed to taking a taxi and found out we were only a few kilometers away. But this was ...
Most people only visit Kunming, China, to see the fabulous Stone Forest and the 28 different ethnic groups with their colourful costumes, folk dances, and local dishes. But Kunming also boasts two gardens worth visiting, the Kunming Botanical Garden and the World Horti-Expo Garden, as well as several splendid temple gardens.Over 80 per cent of Yunan province is mountainous and the change in elevation is dramatic, from 6,714 to 76 metres above sea level. This wide range means the ...
... Chinese side of the border at 4am in the pouring rain. The border didn’t open until 8am so the next four hours saw us sitting on the pavement sheltering under the awning of a closed shop, with Sarah even managing her spectacular sleep-anywhere-trick leaning across the bags as we waited for the border to open until she was rudely awakened by a cockroach trying to run up her leg. Ah the glamours of travelling!
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