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... time she said the same thing I countered with "29 August" or "sleeper seat" in slow but determined Mandarin until she had no option but to sell us the tickets we wanted.
We have had some excellent food here. Yunnan is one of the most famous provinces for food in China. One famous dish is called Over the Bridge noodles. You are given a huge bowl of chicken broth with a choice of noodles, raw and cooked meat, and vegetables and herbs. The bowls ...
The food has been pretty spectacular. We had dinner with the guide mike and his local wife Jenny at a local restaurant. We had duck, chicken and some other dishes. Nothing was very hot but it was tasty. I think Jenny asked them to not make it too hot.
Ill chat again soon. Havnt managed to get facebook working and e net is so bad even photos uploading is a ...
... that I really like Chinese food. The meals I eat here are usually more well-balanced than in the US, and more tasty (ok, also more salty and greasy). The food here is also much cheaper. At my school dining hall, I've never spent more than $1 USD on a meal. Restaurant food is more expensive, but not bad -- at a relatively nice sit-down place, I've never spent more than $10 on my portion of food, and usually spend closer to $5. And street food, if your stomach can handle it [it is ...
... it was time for her to catch her train, and for us to find some food, and we parted company after just a brief couple of hours.
It is quite hard to have a bad meal in China – the strange or unpleasant foods are pretty easy to spot and avoid, like boiled chickens' feet, which look just like – you guessed it – boiled chickens' feet. But when ordering the cheapest dish from a Chinese-only menu with limited ability to read Chinese characters, it transpired ...
Kunming in Yunnan Province is known as the City of Eternal Spring because of its temperate climate. This is because although situated at a tropical latitude, it is 6,600 feet above sea level.
We started our second week in China and have so far had a wonderful time. The time did not
seem to have passed too quickly as we packed so many things into our week in China. Thinking back to our time in Beijing it seemed so long ago and we ...