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TravelPod Member ReviewsJinhua Internaional Hotel Kunming
it is a room and not much more than that. It has a safe and fridge. Beyond that the desk isn't super helpful. Agoda.com says it has a pool/spa - that is not true. Massage services are next door.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Jinhua Internaional Hotel Kunming
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... to point out that Charlie truly had tried to quell tears; she loathed loss of emotional control and disdained the stereotypical female tears of manipulation. It is then very ironic that, on seeing those dripping cheeks, that grumpy representative of China Eastern begrudgingly told a check-in worker to issue the boarding pass.
After these troubles, the arrival in Chiangmai was friendly and easy. But, Charlie went to bed at ...
... Graeme well again we wanted to rent some bikes but with none available ended up hiking around the city for several hours before returning to the hostel for dinner and an early night.
Kunming seems to be thriving with lots of construction cranes dotting
the skyline. The buildings going up here, unlike Shanghai are not
flashy. Most seem to be high rise apartments.
The following morning we rose early and set ...
... see from a tourists perspective but it was quite a nice city to hang out.
After a couple of days we decided to move on to Lijiang. Given our previous difficulties booking tickets, I asked the staff at Lost Garden to do it for me. They charged £3 for the pleasure but it was worth paying. It wasn't 'till we got our tickets that I realised they had booked us second class tickets. I thought it best not to tell Leyla this 'till we arrived at the station.
... all well worth the visit. I bought one of my best looking opium snuff bottles at the market. There was a lot of great brass and bronze ornaments of all sizes and descriptions.
From the market we made our way to Wujiaba airport before the peak hour traffic. This is Kunming's old airport that is only 4k from the city centre. It is being replaced by a new airport out to the ...
... type up our belated blog posts.
Andrew has since returned and he's sitting here next to me reading while I finish this up. Sorry about the delay in the next post, guys! The whole train thing tends to muck everything up since it means we're occupied for two days at a time around it: Check out, overnight train, check in at new city, collapse. The weather here in Kunming is very nice right now. A little cool, but not cold and sunny without ...