New Era Hotel Kunming
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... We had gone to bed with knowledge that the train was running about 2 hours late but when we got up we found that had lengthened out to 5 hours due to the rain which was beginning to look like a potential problem as we wouldn’t arrive in time to catch our connecting train unless some time was made up.
Following a quick breakfast it was back to more discussion until just after lunchtime when it was sad to see a few of them, including Mr. Quantum ...
... marvelous province of Yunnan ends. Under a nice, relaxing and sunny day. We cannot stop thinking about the next weeks with Jo, about all that we are going to live and discover, about the world and ourselves… The End… of this Chapter. See you on the “Silk Road” blog ! - Aujourd’hui, grasse mat (nous avons fini hier soir par regarder Amelie Poulain), et nous nous la sommes coulee douce. Je me suis ...
... a video of the two of them playing a ridiculous game of ping pong to "the eye of the tiger". Later in the evening we were joined by Adam, another Brit travelling through Asia and to my great envy fresh from Japan. Upon discovering that the Fins had never played ring of fire we decided that it was our responsibility as former UK students to introduce them to a bit of British drinking culture. Adam introduced us to one of the ...
... in the broth tastes like chilies and sichuan pepper. It gets a little old after the first few plates. Ah well. As with beer and wings, or super-late-night Chinese on Spadina, it's all better with a big group of friends. We finished up our hot pot, and took a little stroll along the side-streets heading back to the hostel. One big difference about Chengdu is that there are *no* street vendors. (Or rather, very few.) We found a couple on our way back ...
... flocks of red beaked seagulls – it didn’t disappoint! There were 1000s of them! So we took our bikes up a pedestrian footpath and rode along the lake’s front for a bit. We come across a particularly busy stretch for both tourists and gulls and this is where Dave decides to bring out his impression of a seagull. Quite unique to be honest and you definitely need some balls to break this out in front of people you have only just met, let alone ...