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... people feeding them, watching them and having their pictures taken with them. We have no idea why they are so loved, something to google when we leave China and can use google again. After wondering around the park we headed to the touristy area to have a look for a shot glass for Matt and a bookshop that sold English books, then we went to the Yuantong Temple, Kunmings largest Buddhist temple. It was a beautiful place, made even more so by the ...
... and then passengers started to queue for the toilets at the rear of the plane. We have never before seen such long queues on a plane. We were seated about half way down the cabin and the queue stretched way past us. Then one of the two toilets developed a fault and was put out of service whilst a maintenance engineer worked on it. That resulted in the queue growing even longer!
It was quite a bumpy flight and we were glad to touch down at Kunming at ...
... straight after school and are supervised doing homework. They get dinner, which we shared, about 6.30 and slowly get picked up until 9.30 pm. We were taken by three of them to a playground, with commands of stop and go in English. They didn't speak sentences to us but did seem to have quite a vocab of English words.
In the classroom they worked away quietly, with some interaction. Wenwen seemed to take a distanced style with them. In another classroom a young guy helped ...
... ended up with a grass jelly milk tea instead but luckily it still tasted good. I was a bit apprenhensive about eating the meat sticks from the night markets, but I ate one anyway and it was so good. Covered with chilli and super spicy, just the way I like it.
Due to the construction of the Kunming metro, traffic is more horrendous than usual. They’ve temporarily turned many major roads into single lanes each way ...
Wordpress is blocked here in China, so after Korea we've had to resume the "TalbottChineseAdventure" blog on a different site. We've taken lots of photos and have recorded our thoughts, each in our own way, but it may take a while to get caught up! The latest of our photos document our trip to 石林 over the weekend... once we learn how to upload, we'll do it!
John and Justin are ...