Xiyi Hotel Kunming
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... by hand painted wall hangings that so impressed one of our group that she did a deal with the manager to purchase one. Outside the restaurant were three stalls selling bags, wall hangings and rugs, but the stall that attracted the majority of the group was the one loaded with fruit many of which we didn’t recognize. Only a few folk were thinking of fruit for dinner after such big breakfasts and lunch, ...
... lunch in the bustling French cafe, with Jen enjoying a Croque mousier (sticking with our theme of western food when it's available!). Around 30 minutes walk later we found Chuàng Kù (The Loft) a hidden little area of art galleries which we chilled out in making use of their fast Internet. Before heading back to the hotel to grab our bags we wandered up Fashion Street and Jen was very pleased to find a Watsons to restock hand sanitiser and deodorant! We ...
Arrière toute! Nous devions donc rebrousser chemin vers le Sud (la carte de notre blog commençait à être un peu confuse). Les frontières terrestres de la Birmanie sont en général fermées aux étrangers. On avait ouïe dire qu'il était autrefois possible d’y passer depuis la Chine avec un guide mais on ne trouvait aucune information là-dessus. Nous avons décidé de nous rendre à Kunming dans le Yunnan, puisque les agences proposant ce tour y sont basées. Si la frontière ...
For our last day in Lijiang, we went to the Black Dragon Pool, allegedly "the best view in China". I'm sure it is when there’s any water in it, but there has been a drought recently and, for whatever reason, they haven’t topped up the pool. (To be fair, it is quite a big pool and it isn’t peak season yet, so they might well sort it out in time for the summer.)
We spent the rest of the ...
We have arrived in Kunming in Yunnan province. It is a bit of a hole! We are to apply for our Vietnamese visas, while we are waiting we will go to one of the surrounding towns which are much nicer! Yunnan is known as the spring state as it has very mild weather, it is overcast and damp here and the streets are muddy. We find the Vietnam embassy (at last with the help of several Chinese workers) leave our passports with them and ...