New Era Hotel Kunming
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... i wandered out of the rain into the lonely planet recommended restaurant. I chose this place specifically because it was known for having local cheese. It came lightly fried and served in rectangular slices with a dish of salt and spices for dipping. Later in my meal, my server brought me a bowl of sweetened condensed milk to dip the cheese in. The cheese itself seemed more like tofu, and didn't have much ...
... policy, while curbing population growth, has created so many other problems for the country. That's another thing I'd love to discuss with anyone interested.
The photo requests have not stopped. Today 3 American friends and I got stopped on a pedestrian street by an enthusiastic young man. I think the black guy in our group was the one who the Chinese man was most intrigued by.
Speaking of my black friend, I deeply admire him for the shena****ns he ...
... second stop was at Green Lake Park, which originated in the 13th century and contains many platforms, pavilions, dykes, and bridges. Because it was Sunday and the last day of the 8 day National Day holiday, it was filled with local people, dancing, singing, performing bands,and single musicians. There were also picnicking families, and seniors playing cards or mahjong, or just visiting with friends, and all seemed to be enjoying their Sunday in ...
... Sometimes this poverty can seem depressing, especially in the colder places we have been to where life must be hard, but more often than not people seem to be simply getting on with their lives with the little that they have and appear happy to be doing so. One thing that was often apparent, however, was how many people we met who had never been abroad and who had little chance of ever doing so. We were always a bit cagey in telling people that we were travelling for a year, ...
... much to do. So we decided to
get our train ticket to Lijiang for the next day and sort a hostel
out for the next stop.
We needed some change for the bus back
to the train station to get our tickets so we went to the McDonalds
across the road for a coffee and muffin for breakfast (Asian
breakfasts are not the best). Whilst sat drinking our coffee this
young lad came up to us and asked where we were from and told us he