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... to me to be: Chinese male athletes; Chinese female athletes; Usain Bolt; other foreign male athletes; foreign female athletes. So while the final of the women's 400m was going on live (but no Chinese runners) the Chinese TV chose to show repeats of interviews with Chinese long jumpers (who didn't win anything).
Foodwise we have been eating more of the same. Lots of noodle soup, lots of Muslim Lanzhou noodles, lots of interesting Yunnanese food at ...
why read about airports.I donno! Anyway got out on the tarmac at Guangzhou for the connect walking to the bus retro eighties style under a heavy yellow blanket of humid smog. On to customs
wich i fully expected to all eficient,strict and singaporeanesque ,but as airports go it was way casual,big and easy!
Got to kunming a brand new ...
... on our way elsewhere. However, the hotel was less than a year old with a ton of money poured into it as well as lots of technology!
The next morning we were off to the airport and on the way to our next stop. See you there,
... culture…and there are loads of positiv things which make more than up for any of these negatives. Over all we're still positively surprised of how easy and good traveling in China is.
Anyhow, after a smooth flight we arrived quite late at night in Kunming and unfortunately had to find out, that our hotel had given away our room as they had expected us earlier that day. They were fully booked but offered us to stay in their TV-room for free. Not in the mood ...
... we hadn't reached the top of the mountain yet. We had to push our way off the bus so we could actually walk up the mountain.
For some reason, I didn't think it would be a "real" hike and was pleasantly surprised to be proven wrong, except for the fact that I was wearing some canvas shoes and had no sunscreen. We followed the masses up the mountain, because no matter where you go or how far out of a city you get in China, there are always masses. It was a Lonely ...