Horizon Hotel Yunnan
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... answers were pathetic, child-like answers that did nothing to impress.
Anyways, the first night was me just settling in and sleeping. The following day, we woke up to head to the Stone Forest in Kunming--apparently "the" thing to do...and I'd have to agree. Unfortunately, I was feeling a little sick the first day, so I was busy taking pills and whatnot to keep me in the game. However, the Stone Forest was still a sight to see. The jagged rocks seemed to emerge from ...
... br> The next day I went with one of the students to Xishan, the western hills, south from Kunming. An old saying is: if you haven't seen Xishan, you haven't seen Kunming. And if you haven't been to Longmen (dragongate) you haven't been to Xishan. Of course, every town has a saying like this.. But it was nice to walk there. It was not like Hua shan, but it was a nice change from the city. So, see the pictures for that;)
The same day I met ...
... also had pet rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, snakes, tarantulas and much more weirdly we saw pigeons?!! It was really strange seeing this side of the Chinese as most of the time when we have seen caged animals it has been on a food market and obviously these were for pets but still made me wonder if people actually bought them for that reason!! We stopped for some dumplings which were really nice and then carried on wandering around. We shared some ...
... in sight! :-)
Had our first Mandarin class today -- FOUR HOURS. We each have our own dedicated teacher, so no slacking off allowed. My brain hurt -- I'm not used to classroom learning anymore! I just kept telling myself, "I'm staving off Alzheimer's. I'm staving off Alzheimer's..." After class our teachers took us shopping so we could practice how to say (in Chinese) "How much does it cost?" "May I try it on?" ...
... debating our resturant we finally picked one only to be seated and then realising that the menu was not english and the staff had no clue what we were on about.
Not to be beaten we decided to stick it out, and with a little help from a neighbouring customer we managed to discover that this was one of those broth resturants where you get a hot plate, some broth and a plate of uncooked food that you then boil up yourself.... However we had gone with the set ...