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... many times the conductor was unhappy with them, swaying back and forth as if to say come on people! He would point at particular players to play louder, and like many Chinese people in this situation, they actually played softer sometimes from feeling shy.
Beiduofen is how you say Beethoven in Chinese, and it literally translates to "shelfish, many, Finland" go figure.
... to arrive by taxi also.
After a refreshing bath to soak the sore feet, and change of clothes, we set off for dinner at a French restaurant with the whole tour group. The staff were run of their feet with such a large party (not that usual for them I guess) but we eventually got all our meals which included hamburgers, pasta, quiche and crepes and wandered home, popping into a few children's clothes shops along the way to check out the merchandise.
Hello, After a last day in Kunming, I am now boarding to Mandalay in the center of Myanmar. Here is my exciting program in this country that progressively opens to the world (even though it seems to become more and more a trendy touristic destination). I will do one trek there, either the famous one around Inle Lake (2 to 4 days) or another one around Hsipaw. 02/02: arrive ...
... less than two hours but a meal was still served. It tasted...well, weird, but I ate it anyway so that I could cross eating dinner off of my list of things to worry about for the day. Some fun facts about flying domestically in China.
- Designated lines at an airline counter mean nothing. You can go to any of them, even the "first class business" line
- Lighters are not allowed in any of your bags, including the bags you check. My knife...no problem.
... Kunming and I was really tired and dozed off a bit. When we returned to the city we ended up going downtown to some of the trendy fashion streets we had been told about. We found a fun little shopping street and took a look around.
We walked into a book store and found some interesting books with Chinese and English; including Dr. Seuss! There was a cute girl working there that spoke pretty good English. She helped us pick out some good postcards to send back to friends and ...