Xiyi Hotel Kunming
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Our original plan was to go straight from Kunming train station to the bus station and get a 7 hour bus to Yuangang and therefore not spend any time in Kunming, however knowing how tired we felt after an overnight train journey (somehow we all struggled to sleep very well on the trains) we decided to break up the journey and spend a night in Kunming. On the train journey from Chengdu we opted to have dinner in the dining car as we hadn't yet ...
... stocked up on the warm jumpers. In the evening of the first night back at our hostel I had a play around with yet another ginger kitten, this one however being the cutest kitten I have ever seen, before we all more or less past out for a nap! At 8ish Lara and I went for food leaving Laura feeling a little worse for wear. We went and got some dumpings and buns; ordering them proved interesting as they did not have pictures (as I'd been told they would), didn't have a menu and ...
... Then it was our turn to make the bacon, banana desert. I had the help of Teresa's friend who seriously wanted to be part of the action. We toasted sweet bread, cooked the bacon then the bananas and served with ice cream topping in shifts. It seemed to go down a treat with Teresa and her friend vowing to make their own!
Finally the evening ended - without anyone singing Happy Birthday - and Teresa guided us to the bus. I'm sure we would have got ...
The main issue for me was the heat though, as there were no working fans and everybody kept closing any window that we opened. I can get why people wanted the windows closed though; we must’ve went through over a hundred tunnels on the trip and that caused a lot of noise to enter the train. Of course Lisa and I brought along earplugs, so the noise wasn’t much of a problem for us. The overnight train also makes frequent stops, which ...
... br> David had a lively conversation with Justin about American vs. Chinese culture. I should let Justin write about that.
Dean, a policeman, brought his wife and 8-year-old daughter. He is quite the autodidact; when he is not at his police duties he mountain bikes with his cycling group, works on his badminton, plays several string instruments, and reads 3-4 hours worth of history books in ...