Yunnan Zhenzhuang Guest House
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... when they got it. Unfortunately, as typically happens with me, my flight was delayed a solid 3+ hours. I landed in Kunming around 8pm as opposed to 4:30, Desiree's family long gone and full to the brim with a great dinner of which I ate the leftovers (a mistake, I'd learn the next day). After texting their tour guide, I received directions (in Chinese, of course) of which bus to take and to where. I took bus two and got off at some random international hotel, not the one we ...
... market. Indeed many birds, but also rabbits, turtles, squirrels, reptiles etc. During the day, my friend invited me to go to the cinema, and, why not?:) We went and it was totally different than in Netherlands, with sofa's and lots of space. We saw Iron Man 3, the only English movie, which I enjoyed even when I didn't see parts 1 and 2.
One thing I noticed in Kunming, was that there were many beggars with missing limbs. Some were just ...
... up and took it easy. We came across a pet market.. There was so many cages with puppies and kittens, it was heartbreaking, I just wanted to take them all home!! If anything it has made me want a puppy more when I get home. There was my favourite husky pups there too, and the cutest golden retriever pups but for some reason we've noticed the Chinese don't tend to have bigger dogs, they have the much smaller dogs that they can dress up and carry in a ...
... br> Tomorrow will mark my one year anniversary from leaving Canada. In some twisted form of celebration, I will be taking a flight to somewhere nothing like it: Myanmar. Burma excites me as I yet again go forth into the unknown. I am ready to get rural again, and I don't think I will be disappointed. I have read that most of the country only has electricity at night, as well as less than 0.1% of the population uses internet. So I guess this is goodbye for now, but not forever.
... district of Kunming so I knew right where to look for a new cord. Another bus ride and less than a minutes' walk I happened to find an Asus store and get a new cord for $3. Thank you China. You can fix anything.
After my success I decided to take a leaisurely walk back through Green Lake park. It is beautiful with the lilly pads, trees hanging over the water and troupes of people practicing Taiji with scarves, fans, umbrellas, hats ...