New Era Hotel Kunming
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... air force known as the Flying Tigers who flew across the “Hump of the Himalayas” in defence of the Burma Road). There we had a pizza which was surprisingly good and a few more beers. The place was buzzing with life, the pool table being particularly popular, and the music they were playing was excellent. We had an enjoyable evening.
There was no heating in our apartment but once in bed we were quite cosy although still suffering from ...
... our phones had not enough money. This is the kind of problem which needs local help to solve. Not the phoning but the recharging and finding where to get a recharge card. Eventually I found my way to the appropriate mobile place - located in an Apple computer shop and the assistant topped up both phones (cos the instructions come in Chinese - of course).
Called NZ and did the necessary transfers. Easy really! We'll be right now till we get home.
I had no great plans for Kunming, or rather no plans at all other than renew my visa. This took precisely a week. Without passport you can't travel in China, so I was stuck in Kunming. Just another city, as I mentioned before they all look the same in China. There are a few natural highlights to see around Kunming, but I didn't want ...
... have done plenty of research and even though it’s going to be tough we think we can manage it…anyway it’s too late now and for better or worse we’re doing it on our own. We have been studying our Mandarin phrasebook like a pair of madmen and have been practicing at all hours of the day; it is such a difficult language though and I will be surprised if anyone can understand us.
Our flight from Hanoi was only about an ...
... when I have no qualms about eating pigs for example, supposedly more intelligent animals than dogs.
The following day I went and said a final goodbye to Mama Lao before leaving everyone for Luang Prabang, I was a lone traveller once again and it felt great, not that I felt constricted by being in a group before but it was great to be completely my own man. The drive over the mountains was truly epic, very cold and quite windy. I took some travel pills.