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... in Kunming and we spent a few days there wandering the city, searching for the best foreign food places. We found a delicious Indian restaurant and an Irish pub where we went three times for great food and beer. We also enjoyed wandering around some of the shopping areas and parks and enjoying some of Kunming's famous year-round spring weather. Erica came down on the train to meet us in Kunming then we headed to Dali. Dali has a beautiful ...
... everyone possible, saying necessary goodbyes, signing paperwork, cleaning, and packing. Those 3 days were packed with events—between a random birthday, dinners, lunches, gifts, etc., we truly were busy (a rarity). People came to say their final goodbyes, which saddened me greatly. The final day in Hechuan was pretty rough, though I was so busy I didn’t have time to think about my final departure until later. The final day was the 26th—we had to get a train ...
... But the weirdest was this Dawrf chinese guy who was smashing glass and then rolling around on in on the ground, pretty weird.
The chinese like to feed all the seagulls on the lake, until the point that the whole lake is just covered in seagulls, then when they all take off in a flock they all 'ooo' and 'aaa'. Its pretty funny.
Last night we managed to find a Mexican place for dinner, had some Nacho's! ...
... and come back after the lunch time period. The Chinese food in the Yunnan province is very unique because there are are so many minorities living the area that they have their own style of food. One of the very delicious things that we had a lot for the 2 days that we were there was milk tea. It is made up of many different vitamins and many different flavors of milk that you choose. It is very filling and so wonderful!
When we came ...
... It was a combination of traffic and the compunding of these delays whihcm ade us even later. We had lunch at a duck speciality restaurant, which was "interesting".
The bus ride was worth the wait, as the sights were spectacular. First we paddled down a river, then alked for hours into a deep maze of caves. We walked 500 meters below the surface.
Needless to say, when we ...