Horizon Hotel Yunnan
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... were just people squatting on the ground with a few plastic bowls with mushrooms in, but some of them were changing hands for quite a lot of money. You could also buy honey comb and bee larva and some drowsy bees themselves for a nutritious protein-rich snack.
Doris took us back to her home and cooked us some of the mushrooms she had bought at the market. She also made us some pu'er tea, which is another local product. It comes in little ...
I slept surprisingly well on the train. For the last couple of hours of the journey, we were whizzing through stone forests (lumps of stone everywhere!) and dry looking farmland, all in shades of brown - a total contrast to the luscious greenery that I'm used to. About an hour before we arrived, the ticket man came back round collecting in the plastic credit card tickets and redistributing the paper ones we had to begin with. Totally confused! The ...
... for cheap hostels!
It was another 5yuan ride on the C71 public bus to the off-city centre (the old passenger bus terminal) some 40minutes away. Te Kunming Train station, a towering modern concrete structure, was only a 2 minute walk away.
After knocking from door to door, scouring a 5km radius around the station (as well as other more accessible parts of Kunming), I can safely conclude that the cheapest form ...
... the place got so crowded it became hard to walk around. This happens just about every where I go in China. At some point things get crazy and you get up close and personal with a lot of people and have trouble moving down walkways. it can get stressful and upsetting if you don't have the right attitude about it.
I got to dress up and take some pictures in traditional Yunnan regalia which was pretty fun. The four of us classmates got lots of good pictures from the trip! ...
... an hour I had already found two Chinese Business women, or at least I presumed they were, and they took me to the bookstore. I’ve found the perfect one; Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and the Greater Mekong. Exactly where I’m headed! Then they even invited me for dinner and paid for it all haha. Guess there still are friendly Chinese and that random kindness still exists here. Trust me, that’s rare in China. These were my last Chinese ...