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Travel Blogs from Kunming
We arrived in Bangkok, from Chiang Mai and booked into our hotel about 11:30 pm. Slept well in comfortable beds for about 6 hours and had an early rise to check-in at the International Airport by 7: 00 am. to fly out to Kunming, about a 2 hour flight.
In ching, chong, chang, chung land and no-one understood any English and very hard ...
... rest our weary legs and admire all the different shape and sizes of stones surrounding us. We were treated with a fabulous lunch by Mr. Zhang featuring the crispy duck and tons of delicious fresh vegetables and mushrooms that Yunnan is famous for. My favorite is the stir fry of bitter melon with Lily bulbs. The slight bitterness of the melon balanced perfectly with the sweetness of the Lily bulb (yes, it is the bulb of the Lily flower we are eating and it ...
... problems tonight so I can't post any pictures. Also, for the next four days we are going to be in the mountains and I don't think I'll have any access to the internet. So take a few days off and enjoy yourself. I should be able to start posting again around Friday. I'm sure I'll have some stories to tell.
Gold rings on you all!
Time to head north!
We signed ourselves up for a 24 hour sleeper bus (which is taken literally as it is bunk beds instead of seats) from Luang Prabang, Laos to Kunming, China thinking that alone would be torture enough. We were wrong. Due to the rain we encountered a huge traffic jam and landslide a few hours outside of Luang Prabang. As our driver was Chinese, instead of staring and waiting for someone else to make a move ...
... br> I don't really have a valid opinion of Kunming, having only passed through. It seems quite a dusty city and possibly less developed than I thought it would be. The only other thing that strikes me is that the traffic is crazy. People rather walk on the road rather than the pavement, scooters, motorbikes, tuc tucs, people, bikes, cars and trucks all vie for their right of way and there is a symphony of ...
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