New Era Hotel Kunming
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the culture and seen some (a very small part) of the country.
In the plane from Kunming to Vientiane (Laos) the kids talked about their impressions of China; Here a small selection; .
* The driving is cool
* Amazing how they build in ancient times
* Surprised how many people speak some English (While we were surprised how many people didn't speak any English)
* We need to bring tuk-tuk tractors to ...
... together, last goodbyes, and now I am in the MTR to Shenzhen, from where I took the plane to Kunming, Yunnan.
Arriving in Kunming, I'm pretty stunned by the wonderful airport, but pretty angry at the bad weather.
After a little orientation game under the rain in the streets of this charming city, I finally arrived at the hostel, which turned to be a real refuge of comfort after my cold shower.
Little visit of Kunming (during the 2h walk I saw half of ...
... and hello to another so both groups got together for dinner at the same restaurant we had eaten at before going trekking. It was a great night with everyone's favorite dishes bring ordered. Duck for Leonie, tofu for Natalie, dumplings for Elka, noodles for Jenny, and heaps of mushroom and vege dishes. I was still fighting off a head cold and was running out of energy fast. So glad to get back to our dodgy hotel for one last night. Off to Jinghong ...
... box, we will hopefully see that in August. The next day we had to get up early to give Mr Chen our passports so he could get us a Vietnam visa. We got the 1 day service and picked it up at 5:00pm. We then caught a sleeper bus to the border of Vietnam, Hekou. This was our first sleeper bus ever and were a little apprehensive, especially after what we read. There was something that really shocked us about ...
... seemed boring at first, with a special exhibition on the ground floor about "Accounting Methods of Yunnan's Ethnic Groups" -- including notched sticks and horns, strings with knots, abaci, and adding machines. It got much better on ...