Rosy Road Century Hotel
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... of information about Yunnanese history that was very interesting. We were glad we went after travelling around Yunnan, as it made a lot more sense than it would have done before. There was some beautiful bronze work, historical exhibits about the area from the stone age to the modern day, and a lot of dinosaur and fossil stuff that you see in every museum everywhere.
On our last full day in Kunming we spent the day with our landlady, Doris. We ...
... from these weird nuts we ate or those questionable eggs. Either way, mine stuck with me all the way on the lovely 7 hour bus ride home well into the next few days. Travel tip: ALWAYS BRING IMODIUM. We arrived back into Kunming and couldn’t wait to take hot showers and get a good night’s sleep. Next stop: Dali. A laid-back, ex-hippy town bordering the Himalayas. I could taste the relaxation and couldn’t wait to get there. Only one thing stood between us: another long ass bus ...
... to do my last injection against rabies (I did the 2 previous injections in France and was supposed to take the last injection with me from Paris on the plane and do it in Shanghai but I was not able to buy the injection in France). With the help of the ladies at the reception we found the Yunnan Centre for Disease Control (158 Dong Si Jie) which was able to give me the third injection based ...
After the excitement of the day before, the bus journey to Dali the next day was the perfect time for some rest. Upon arriving we checked into our rather swanky hotel, and headed out for our guided tour of the area. First, off to a local bai minority village to sample some of their delicacies - sweet fried cheese and deep fried baby eel. Delic. Then, off to a local shop, where they make, of all things, tie-dye. Very 70s, but still a lot of skill involved. Next, back on the ...
... by people in ethnic costumes. At the end we got a photo opportunity and we were then whisked away (it was all a bit rushed) back to the hotel. Despite the rather rushed ending to our day and the amount of time we had spent stuck in traffic, it had still been an interesting and enjoyable day. Both of the sites we visited were of great interest and both presented us with many colourful scenes which we would carry with ...