Xiong Ye International Hotel
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... was 40 minutes later than expected. That departure time kept on extending out until we were 1.5 hours behind schedule before we got on the train.
Then it was a case of finding our allocated beds. The tickets have the train number, the carriage number as well as the actual bed allocations showing if our beds were bottom, middle or top and which side of the cabin. So when we found our cabin and found a lady asleep in our bottom bunk we were not ...
Kunming as lovely as it is really is a bit on the light side when it comes to quality tourist attraction's what little it does have are either a bit irrelevant or plastic fantastic. Still for a day passing through they are more than adequate to keep you entertained. It's a place to live rather than visit I feel.
Day 277: Sunday 21st October 2012
A long travel day today. Camilla and I had to say ...
... under my belt. I think my group mates would agree with me."
"Although the trip did not go as smoothly as I would have hoped, I don’t regret going on the trip. I feel that if I had not gone on the trip then I would’ve felt regret. This trip opened my eyes even further. The trip taught me to appreciate a lot of things that I took for granted. Back in Newton, I would’ve never thought if I am going to have hot water or ...
... want to know and didnt want to help us. This was really sad as it was our last evening in China and not the way we wanted to end the trip or remember the Chinese. I saw some dumplings in a fridge, and pointed to them, and that was it thats what we were having for dinner. They didn't look very nice, but the owner suddenly became deaf to the fact that we didn't want them. When they were cooked and brought out to us with honey, ...
... s with simmered beef in it, and mine with chunks of bamboo shoot. The noodle-making device was really cool: a little ball of dough goes into this huge wooden-handled garlic press over a pot of simmering water. The handle goes down, and fresh buckwheat noodles come out. Lots of walking randomly led us to a nearby market with tons of different kinds of sea creatures and reptiles (live) as well as pigs, poultry, vegetables and fruit. It reminded me of ...