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... not sure what they were) and when I asked to have some tomatoes fried with them our driver and the cook laughed. They had never been asked to do this. However, they were delicious as was all the food. We really enjoyed the meal. On our return to Kunming we went for a tea ceremony. It was great fun. The girl had majored in tea and English at university. The tea was delicious and ...
... 8 hours of a bumpy ride.
- Alex -
ENROUTE TO KUNMING
We stop, as friends warned we would, for road construction
And almost instantaneously
Women selling snacks to the long line of halted vehicles
Appear as if by magic selling apples, dumplings, this and that
Stub is happy now – he reboards the bus with a big smile – chips in hand
20 feet further, ...
... to decline. We left Jiuxiang with Zhang at about 14:20 taking the crowded bus back to Yiliang.
Once back in Yiliang we bought some sort of cake from the bakery, some mango juice and then went to play pool where we met up with Sofa and Yuqin (student). After a few hours, we went our separate ways. Zhang and Yuqin to school and myself and David to the bus station with Sofa showing us the way before going to school.
And now here we are, in Kunming, yet ...
... 8211; veggies, tofu, and an ice cold beer, and got our bus back in plenty of time.
CUPPING – another form of torture ;) I got "cupped" at the Blind Massage School in Jinghong. Courtney set this one out. I had an odd-sort of massage before by a blind man. I won’t go into detail about that one. Then the cupping began. The lady brought in 4 large cups, a candle, and I think that is it. She would heat the rims of the cups before plopping them on my ...
... Eve and Christmas Day. The idea was just to avoid everyone while trying to get through the crowd of people to get to a place to eat, but that idea was ridiculous. Upon venturing outside there were shouts of ‘lao wai’ coming from everywhere and we were immediately chased by loads of people getting covered in the stuff. It didn’t take long for us to decide to join in – people were selling the cans everywhere – ...