King Land Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a purple curtain which closed all the way around the bed. On the pillows 1 pink and 1 blue monkey to cuddle in case one of us was feeling a bit lonely.
We walked the 500 metres or so to the end of town to a fake waterfall, bell and statues explaining the story of Buddha. We visited the nearby Baoguo temple and copper bell and a couple of nearby temples before dinner.
Next day we visited Emei Shan Mountain, one of the Four Sacred Mountains of Buddhism in China, 3,000m ...
... dangling from both ends of the pole. These are images that represent perfectly rural China in the deep SW.
*We stop to talk to workers that are harvesting tobacco leaves. Yunnan produces its own domestic brand of cigarettes and apparently the price of a packet of the best cigarettes can set you back £10. That is a lot of money in a country where the average packet might otherwise cost a mere £1.
*On the subject of cigarettes, we have already mentioned it is ...
... So colorful and plentiful.
We rested, and had snacks, during which we found out that this was our lunch. Luckily we had bought enough snacks for everyone, as we were all unaware that lunch wouldn't be provided that day. We had convinced Sara that morning to get us transport after the stream hike, and so we waited for a ute to arrive. Thank god we did. Three plus Kms down, then over 5 Kms up, and I mean up. I could never have done it, and I wasn't the only one.
... nice guy, a Frenchman who had worked for Peninsular Hotels all over South East Asia for many years and had now settled in Jinghong with an attractive Chinese wife and a young son whose obsession in life was currently Thomas the Tank Engine. As we drove into town the little boy happily played with a new engine that his mother had just purchased for him. They dropped us off at the Crown Hotel and left with us a card for their restaurant where they would be ...
... the traffic stops for you. I don't think I will ever get used to crossing the roads in Asia. The same usual items were on sale at these markets and there were not many there. A storm was brewing so a lot stayed away. There was some interesting foods for sale but I decided to wait until we were back at the cafe. I looked over at the Mekong river which runs through Jinghong. There were several large brightly lit boats on the river. The were too far away to get a photo. Siam ...