Kunming Mingdu Hotel
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... so no pix. Alex bought us both masks – we thought they might come in handy bicycling next winter
No way I’ll let Alex return to China
To study the language
In any of her big cities
To Old Town Dali – OK
But the big cities are so clogged with pollution
It shows in the air – it’s thick and it ...
... but is now played throughout China. Like the related free reed pipe called bawu, the hulusi has a very pure, clarinet-like sound. Although the hulusi is still predominantly performed in China, it has in recent years been adopted by European composers and performers. Rohan Leach from England, Rapheal De Cock from Belgium and Herman Witkam from the Netherlands have all taken the instrument in new directions. Time for Jorgen to get started with lesson to bring Maria ...
... with a good selection of food and cheap enough 'Tsing Tao' (Beer!!!)
'Salvadors' which is has American owners, was actually subject of a bombing back at Christmas, 2008 when a bloke went into the toilet at the rear of the place and set a bomb off. Nobody was hurt or injured apart from the bomber, who later died from his injuries. Poetic justice!! He made a death bed confession to also detonating a bomb on a bus ...
... station. We should leave earlier." I was sort of dismissed and then a few others echoed my sentiment and this person begrudgingly said we would leave an hour before the train leaves.
So the next day its time to go and a few students said they want to take the bus. I was kind of confused as the bus is much slower than a cab. They said it would be cheaper.
We were already going to be packing four people to a cab. It wasn't going to be much more than a bus and it was a ...
... new parts. Two new wheels for Mikey, brake pads and back axle. We’ve got to pick them up at 6, so fingers crossed.
That done, we could really relax. The city is such a contrast as it’s so modern and developed in parts with Macdonald’s and KFC’s everywhere, but then you turn a corner and see huge hunks of meat being chopped up and cats in cages. Walking back to the centre we passed ...