New Era Hotel Kunming
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... few stalls sold relevant wares. Several folk in their minority group costumes certainly brightened up the gloominess of the rocks, with several children very adorable in the colourful costumes. Above this grotto and another vantage point pagoda type structures had been built, to which we climbed to get a view across the rocks congregated so closely together. Having earned our lunch, we settled down at a restaurant in a ...
Afterwards we walked around and looked for fossils. Poor Jon was so determine, but he didn't find any... Della found like five. She has finding skills. Definitely a Hufflepuff.
We left after I found what looked like a worm fossil. This shall be an epic present for my father if I manage to get it home... ...
... Office! The Wikipedia entry states that " Kunming's chief industries are copper, lead and zinc production. It's iron and steel industry has been expanded. Salt and phosphate mines around Kunming are some of the largest in China. Yunnan Copper Company, based in Kunming, is one of Yunnans largest mining corporations." it does then comment that since the 1970s food and tobacco processing have developed etc. However, the view from our minibus windows would indicate ...
... of multiple types, squirrels, dogs, cats, crabs, frogs, turtles, fish, beetles, gerbils, hamsters, mice, you name it.
When we'd finished with the market, we headed north because we were planning to hit up the English language bookstore (yes, we're running out of things to read), the Yuantong temple and a place to eat for lunch. We got a little lost in the winding paths of the Green Lake Park but eventually found the correct exit and found a ...
... of dance, ear shattering singing, old langs eine played on a 2 string violin... A fairly odd mix, almost like a China's Got Talent. The irony is not lost here either.
One thing I wanted to do in Yangshuo but didn't was take a bike out, so I hired an antique pushy and got a detailed map. First stop 'Pain and Suffering Zoo'. Maybe that's an exaduration because on the most part the animals weren't in pain, just bored stiff and kept in very small boxes. The ...