Horizon Hotel Yunnan
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... melee and returned with a cup that wobbled with a sloppy tea jelly that seemed to be filled with eyeless maggots. Not my cup of tea, but Mac put it all away with passion. Might be a winner for Mayfair.
We decided to make our way back towards the meeting point. While we were in the coffee shop, Mac had downloaded a map and a compass. So we set off with confidence....but surprise surprise, we were lost within 15 minutes. After 90 minutes of twisting and turning and lots of ...
... jackass designed the bus decided not two rows would suffice, but three rows of beds, with 16 inch paths in between. This left absolutely no room to slide by one another. If you had to pass somebody, you had to either hop back in your bed (which could be top or bottom bunk) or sit down with a stranger until they passed. Additionally, this idiotic design left for a bed width of something like 24 inches. Those of you who know me well know that I’m a wider man at the shoulders. ...
... the United States and in China. As China is dealing with similar issues of over population and industrialization, they are mimicking our short termed solutions. Most of the challenges that the US is facing, China trails behind on the heals of our fated doom.
It is peculiar to me that in this far away place, we would be studying a subject as personal as food. Despite numerous opportunities to evaluate my relationship to food, I ...
... Unfortunately, the nearby group's rendition of a totally unrelated song (also traditional Chinese) did not resonate well with their effort.
The Bamboo Temple, which is a short trip to a hill outside the city required us to change buses. We enjoyed the sight of the city and suburban buses sharing the same bus stops which were very well signed in English, making it easy for us to follow the instructions given to us by the English speaking staff at the hostel. ...
... section I am accosted by some Chinese hairdressers who almost manhandle me into their salon to experiment on my barnet. The thought of reemerging with a Chinese Boy Haircut is too much to handle and I manage to shake them off by promising to return the next day (with fingers crossed behind my back).
The Hump Hostel is not a bad place to stopover, with its big sun-roof and large common room ...