Travel Blogs from Kunming
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1. Chinese Zodiac original round wood handcraft, handmade
The first lot is 12 animals symbol with good wishes.
It is made from original round wood, manually, by simple manual tools.
2. Traditional Chinese knot handcraft, handmade.
1) Chinese knot – Butterfly
2) Chinese knot – Red heart shape
3) Chinese knot – Jesus cross
While living in the dorms at Yunnan Nationalities University, I let myself "cheat" a little with Chinese culture. I ate a breakfast of cereal and milk every morning, blasted American music while studying, and chatted for hours on end in English with my American roommate. This life was good for me in some ways, but not conducive to my personal goals in studying abroad. I was delighted two weeks ago to start the next leg of my journey, living with a Chinese host family. ...
... the road. We saw lots of HUGE spiders creating elaborate webs to catch their food. Two hours into our climb, we came to our first Guest House. This was the Naxi Guest House, which we heard was a wonderful place. We decided to have breakfast here. We ordered pancakes and eggs. The pancakes were really strange; it was the Naxi ethnic bread with some chocolate spread on top. The eggs were similar, Naxi bread with some eggs on top. The food was ...
... the tour guide.
From the hotel, we took a bus to 金马碧鸡坊 ;. Follow by a taxi to 翠湖公园, and dinner in the surrounding area. There are a lot of eating place just outside 翠湖公园.
Below is a URL in both English and Chinese that have some good information on Yunnan.
... box, we will hopefully see that in August. The next day we had to get up early to give Mr Chen our passports so he could get us a Vietnam visa. We got the 1 day service and picked it up at 5:00pm. We then caught a sleeper bus to the border of Vietnam, Hekou. This was our first sleeper bus ever and were a little apprehensive, especially after what we read. There was something that really shocked us about ...