Tai Long Hong Rui Hotel
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... sign outside being a giveaway. We are ushered in at the first sign of interest and showed to a free table pretty much in the centre of the room. It's very busy, people drinking, smoking and eating - and they seem capable of doing all three simultaneously! We also see the art of selfie taking extended to a new level as they hold two phones together, using the flash from one to enhance the picture taken by the other. Ingenious! We are give a ...
... was the immense fog we ran into half way up the mountain. Oh this will lift and the terraces will be magical. We ended up making friends on the bus with a kid from Holland, Christian, who was staying at the same hostel as we were. The long bus ride into Yuanyang turned into a long van ride into the actual village. We finally arrived to our hostel in the 10 inch thick fog and couldn’t wait to get into a warm hostel with food. Steps upon drenched steps winded down to ...
... physical condition. At first I thought it would take me 1 day 1/2 to do the Tiger Leaping Gorge trek and I had no more than 3 days (including travel time) to do it because of my flight to Myanmar. At the hostel in Kunming I met one guy who told me I would need at least 4 days to do it but it still decided to go. I was glad to do the trek in 1 day and including the travel time, I did it in 2 and a half days. Results: - my walking shoes passed the stress test with ...
... but there were two beds and though the bathtub was old and rusty the shower worked well and there was plenty of hot water. Same could not be said about the toilet though. Flushed only some of the time. I am sure this is all to make sure I keep remembering the luxury and comforts of home. Next adventure was to find something to eat. Nobody speaks English here and they are certainly not as helpful as in Vietnam. There is a lot of construction room outside ...
... that the people of Kunming were very laid back or to put it another way lazy. He seems to fit the mould as he does not really put himself out. He walked ahead of us and it seemed to be our responsibility to keep an eye on him in the crowds. He was not as attentive or knowledgeable as the other guides we have had.
On our way back to the hotel we passed the Traffic Police Training Centre. With the volume of ...