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... very ancient relics from the area. Some of the items had ancient scripts imprinted on them, done so when the liquid metal was poured into a mould. A display showed a range of money boxes, which were basically used for budgeting, with the narrow ones used by the poorer familes and so on. The grounds of the Temple, while delightful in their own right are also enhanced with decorative pieces ...
... br> Just a short distance down hill from the temple was Green Lake Park. This was in fact a number of lakes separated by pathways, bridges and pavilions. It was packed with people on this Saturday afternoon although where you would expect to see large families out enjoying themselves here, with the single child policy, the family consists almost always of just a mother, a father and one spoiled but well mannered child. The main attraction in the park at this time ...
... Olympic soccer stadium, BIG.
Back at the hostel there was a notice for share ride to the Stone Forest - a destination I had hoped to visit. 3 Taiwanese guys had booked a van and wanted passengers. Off at 7.30 am. The Stone Forest - BIG - was similar to the stone formations we had walked through in Madagascar called the Tsingy. A huge area highly developed for tourism. Lots of stone formations and well manicured lawns with shrubs. I think it is the tourist ...
... got to have bo luo fan (pineapple rice), spicy cucumbers, banana tree flowers, pineapple beef and some sort of egg. We ate in a restaurant made entirely of bamboo...it felt as though we were going to fall through floor as it was very flexible. At 22:30 we will be getting the sleeper train to Lijiang and is where we'll be saying goodbye to Chen as he gets the later train to Dali. 8 or 9 hours on the train....not bad! Hopefully I'll get time to go back to Kunming before i go ...
... the road before they opened the bar for evening. It is all very strange. China is also considerable more expensive than southeast Asia; it is going to take us a while to get used to paying £1 for a coffee again. But the weirdest thing about China that I just cannot get used to is the spitting. I knew before we got here that everyone spits in the street but it is more hardcore than I had expected. Because Chinese people are quite paranoid about germs they like to ...