Xiong Ye International Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at our destination. It all went very smoothly considering no one speaks English and all the information is in Chinese! First Group in the UK could learn a thing or two from the Chinese! Popular buses arrived almost every minute and each journey cost 10p no matter where on the route you wish to disembark.
Our buses took us to Kunming's neighbouring natural wonderland - Shilin (a.k.a. The Stone Forest). Limestone pillars tower into the sky (up ...
... that John and I would utilize, as well as abundant seating. John and my beds were in a 10 person shared room. We put our stuff down and then went out into the labyrinth of streets, with the goal to try Yunnan BBQ street food. We wanted to compare it to Chongqing BBQ food. We found a good spot and picked out some meats and vegetables. The eggplant was really good but the rest of it was only average. They seem to have a lot more meat in Yunnan and less vegetables. I also got ...
... them beside a river that's what it looks like. That is the only way I can describe it really. Anyhow we were walking along the river and taking photos when two young girls come over and tell us they are learning English in school and for a project they needed signatures from people who spoke English. They were so excited and then wanted photos with us as they giggled out of excitement. I noticed they had many other signatures in their book. It was really a funny and neat experience. We ...
... metal. The dark windows of expensive cars were hiding rich men and women. The economy is running here as everywhere else in China, but somehow at a "less running pace". At least the one that I imagine whenever thinking of Shanghai, Shenzhen, or Guangzhou. Early in the morning I took public buses, and chose my destination basically randomly (I knew where I wanted to go, but there was no way to understand when the bus was close to ...
... Although I can listen and understand most conversations just fine, I find it hard to string together a sentence as I forget words and phrases.
On Tuesday, we played a game of soccer against a few locals and some Vietnamese students. Whilst in front of the goal, the ball was chipped through and there was a huge scramble with around 5 of us going for the ball. Chaos ensued, and one of the local ...