Kai Wah Plaza International Hotel
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... the top bunk wakes everyone up climbing up and down for the toilet
I. It was 2 am and I was still scratching
J. We were in the lower bunks 1 and 3 and thought this was convenient on the way in but soon learned it was adjacent to the smoker's room....seemed odd on a non-smoking train
K. It was 4 am and I was awake....scratching and busting
L. The toilets were sooooooooo bad that not even Sheeweena could save me...still busting and scratching ( can you imagine a rocking ...
... about all sorts of things—ranging from girls to Obama to why Americans are fat. The most interesting part of this, however, was when a man in a wheelchair pulled up next to us and listened in on the conversation. After getting a feel, he finally joined in. This guy, through and through, was educated about his government—precisely because he was handicapped. He loved America, Obama, our healthcare system (some of you laughed at that). The conversation turned to the government ...
... In creating a holistic approach to growing and producing food, we are in turn nurturing our earth and ourselves. With better access to good food, more people lower down on the economic ladder can enjoy the health benefits. With a healthy earth we can all minimize our exposure to natural disasters, rising waters, encroaching deserts and environmental poverty.
The failed system, as I see it, is as such; our government ...
... not finding a replacement, V's shoes now sit in a trash bin in Kunming. It would have to be just sandals from now on.
We could not find any more reason to hang around in Kunming (within 24 hours!) and decided to head southwards in our inevitable journey towards Laos. Kunming's bus stations seemed to be located even farther than the airport. We walked a kilometer carrying our packs to the bus stop to catch No. 103 which took us to the Kunming Nan Qi Che ...
我 在 谷 歌 Wǒ zài gǔgē "I am Google-ing"
真 糗 Zhēn qiǔ "Awkward...."
神 奇 Shénqí "Magical!"
短 信 Duǎnxìn "Text message"
同 志 Tóngzhì This used to be used to address each other as "comrade", ...