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... on us as no one spoke English and not another Westerner encountered during our whole walk.
Resisting the temptation to buy a puppy to smuggle home we walked on to Yuantong Temple - the largest Buddhist complex in Kunming with its blue and yellow dragon statues, stone staircases and tranquil terrapin and fish filled ponds.
Our hostel was located near Green Lake Park which provided a perfect setting for people watching ...
... will never again be my home again. However, mentally, I’ve moved on to a different future that’ll take place in a yet to be seen apartment in Shenzhen, with yet to be known friends and students. It’s the process of starting over that sucks the most, but luckily for me, I’ll have this blog, friends, and memories from Hechuan that won’t ever let the city become foreign again.
Stay tuned for more--sorry for the slowgoing, I'm currently in Hong Kong and traveling ...
... that weren't already commercialized by the tourism industry. It is still unique for us as there really aren't a lot of foreigners in a country with 1.4 billion people so you still get the stares, but when you visit somewhere like the Longsheng rice terraces, the locals know they can make a buck off you be it guiding you around the somewhat of a maze.
Streets are lined with people just trying to make a living from selling hairpins, to nail clippers to any sort of food ...
... After about 10 minutes of waiting for our beloved taxi, there was a motorcyle that crashed on the side of a car, right in front of us!! We were so shocked we just backed up and watched the whole scene play out. The people in the motorcycle were okay but they were arguing with the driver of the car who had hit them. It was quite the entertainment to see but after the accident, we got in the taxi and prepared ourselves for another day in Kunming.
... t as enjoyable, as we faced the racism that I had previously seen. The white Kiwis weren't allowed back into one of the clubs, as they didn't want to purchase a table because we already had one. When we tried to get them back into the club, we too were banned after hearing our accents.
We left Kundu on a sour note that night. Its true when they say that you should quit while you're ahead.