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... a big Chinese city. We walked around, went to the Yunnan museum (it’s free so it’s ok but there is not much in it and nothing is translated in English). We found ourselves in the biggest park of the town late afternoon. Parks in China are often very lively. Here, people came to do Taichi, to sing, to dance (traditional dance or tango, surprisingly) and also just to have a family walk or relax.
On est arrivé tard, 20h, à Kunming, surnommée ...
... at peoples passports and asking them some questions. The one on our side bent down and just spoke a load of Chinese to Laura whilst Laura looked blank faced, to which I couldn't help myself and just burnt out laughing! Oops. I then gave him a confused face and the guy behind said "she only knows 1-5" smiled at me then I assume told the officer the same thing. Realising we weren't a threat to the country and he couldn't ask us anything he quickly flipped through our ...
... had some cushioning that had been compressed to a thickness of maybe 1 cm, so it felt like we were camping out on the ground essentially. The room also lacked windows, which made it darker inside but fortunately it did include an air-conditioning unit so the climate was always pleasing. Although it didn’t suffer from noise from the streets of Kunming, it was situated right next to the entrance, so we had our share of noise from the other guests. Fortunately The ...
... dinner in the dorm the first night to go meet Sharon's cousin Ai-li, who has lived in Kunming for a few years. As a former New Yorker, Ai-li helped the family with the transition to life in China. We took a bus and went to an Indian restaurant in a district of town called "Western Alley" because it has so many establishments catering to foreigners. After some Talbott comfort food (nan bread and tikka masala) we went to an ...
... I'm not sure if I was supposed to but I left Canada anyway and while I’m not positive, the automated robot woman on the message made it sound like they’ll pardon me from duty because of travel. I’ll keep you posted on that one.
Aunt Sue drove us to the airport this morning after we dropped off the girls at school. This wasn’t any old drive to school though because we ...