Tian He Hotel Kunming
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... Picturesque, but messy, cluttered, littered
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Picturesque, and symmetrical, perfect, beautiful
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Most everyone has a composting toilet at Greenwood where our cabin is located. It’s not a big deal to ask ...
... bargaining for only 8 Yuan (= 1 euro)…. Is it worth?? Well it is quality from China! After a few hours, you start getting hungry. What are the options? Well, just a few blocks away, you will find many local food and we ended up at one of their stands. We ordered by picking fresh vegetables and some sort of noodles into a bowl with a hot broth. Add a side dish like dumplings and you don’t get hungry for the next few hours. It will get you back on your feet to ...
23rd to 24th July
It was a long days drive to Kunming, the capital of Yunnan province. The length of the day wasn't helped by us getting lost in and around Dali city before eventually finding the main highway out!
However the drive was very pleasant and we went through some lovely countryside.
Additionally some of the road signs kept us amused and gave us a good laugh!
... Ticket prices to most places are pretty expensive during busy holiday seasons.
I pursued a new idea. A trip south to Yunnan province. From all accounts Yunnan is one of the most beautiful and naturally renowned areas of China. Large mountains, lush vegetation, charming cities and tranquil lakes.
Quite a few other students expressed interest in visiting Yunnan. My original idea was to see as much as possible. I had Jack (one of our program's assistants) help me create ...
... more services from their young female server than they were interested in and they wanted to leave. They had no intention of paying the full hour’s charge for being creeped out. They came and found me and I suggested the $15 Cdn each was a small price to pay for escaping a bad situation and prepared to escape myself. They encouraged me to stay since I was getting what I was expecting and they negotiated an in-between exit fee on their own. Yet another China story was born!