Horizon Hotel Yunnan
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Our very last Chinese night train (Thank God!) delivered us to Kunming, capital of Yunnan Province. This was just a quick overnighter and whilst we didn't get to do too much exploring, what we did see of the city centre was very nice. Our hostel had an excellent location with a nice rooftop terrace bar overlooking the city square, but unfortunately our room was a small, hot, noisy windowless cell.
We didn't do any exploring as we need to return here at some point for our ...
... are crossing with the green light in plain view. Thankfully vehicles don't travel at the same speed as they do in Canada.
Trucks , buses , cars and motorbikes all cruise through crosswalks with numerous pedestrians clearly present. They just lay on the horn and squeeze on through. There seems to be some security in numbers. Cross as a flock and you should be OK.
Motorbikes seem to be exempt from whatever traffic laws that may exist because you ...
... we jumped in a taxi (£1). When we arrived at the bus station we were faced with a wall of information all in Chinese script. Impossible to decipher. Charades got another showing. We soon found out there was no more bus tickets available for that day so we booked for the following day. Great. A night in hill-billy central.
We found a hotel (18 bloody quid) and went out for lunch. On our travels we came across a barber shop so I decided to get my ears ...
... not being able to do something that takes more than a week, etc. Also, our room at Keats is quite roomy and homey compared to all of the other rooms.
We have a TV (non-functioning) and DVD player, a microwave, a refrigerator and water cooler, two bedside tables, three teeny closets, three cupboards, some shelves, a desk, a table, three chairs, and two beds. I think that’s pretty good! Also we have a bathroom of our own which is clean and has ...
... took a nice stroll through the park passing all of the various ethnic dancers perform.
Surprisingly around 3:00PM Ghang contacted us wanting to meet up. He met us at Linda’s home where we sipped Puer tea, the most famous tea from Yunnan and much like wine is more valuable the longer it is aged. Linda, the sophisticated woman that she is, has been collecting and aging her own tea. I don’t think it is ...