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Got up for dawn and this time the weather was clear so I stood for about 2 hours in the cold waiting for the sun to rise. (It turned out to be rising from behind a mountain, hence the long wait). Got some pretty good pictures. Got breakfast at the hostel then caught a minivan down to the big town to get a bus back to Kunming. The bus trip was 8 hours long and turned out to be a sleeper bus. My bunk was on the top and ...
... got on the bus and were headed to the train station...we just got dropped off in another bus station with me showing my phone with train in symbols to people and one person pointed in a direction for us. Then instead we found the taxi rank, got refused by the first and accepted by the second and £1.20 later we were in our hostel.
Our hostel is amazing: the staff are friendly and speak English and go out of their way to book the train that you want; the location ...
Back to the Hump for a few nights. Heather has gone on ahead to Lijiang.
Sat morning CS Teresa met us at the Hump and took us to the local flower market. An interesting place with a wide range of flowering plants and trees for sale, with many large bonsai, - a little like our garden centres but just rows of stalls. Down below was a pet sales area with lots of dogs, birds and fish.
Then we were off to the World Horticulture Expo 1999. This was a ...
... s travel service (at a cost of 20 RMB/ticket) to reserve a top bunk on a hard sleeper car, which costs 85 RMB/each. We actually wanted to leave Kunming sooner, but every single bus and train was booked up solid. After having a final meal at Pizza Hut (where we got a 12” Deluxe Pizza on a 50% off special for 49 RMB), we flagged down a taxi that easily agreed to use its meter to drop us off at the train station. The meter read 12 RMB by the time we got there, but ...
... up at 6 am and goes running all over town (did we mention how altitude sick the rest of us are?), has the most intense teacher (think "love child of Hello Kitty and a boot camp sergeant"), is a bon vivant at every meal, ventures out like a mad dog or Englishman at the height of the noonday sun (did we mention how dry it is and how much UV light is beating down on us? why all the women carry parasols??), and then
studies hard for hours every evening.