Fairyland Hotel Kunming Gulou
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... alas, none were listed. She asked a worker; he was confused. She asked the guard at the entrance of the international flights section; "there are no flights to Chiangmai today". Charlie hurried over to the domestic terminal and, on seeing that her Kunming flight was listed there, was troubled; this is not the normal way of things.
The worker at the check in desk was confused by Charlie's ticket and called her ...
... to Kunming we met Wen Nee, a Malaysian woman traveling on her own and staying at our hostel. She spoke 5 languages including Chinese and helped us get a taxi without over paying. We shared dinner with her at a restaurant not far from our hostel and enjoyed a floor show presented there including some local traditional dance.
On our last full day in Kunming and China we chilled in the hostel ,researching Vietnam, ...
... was kitted out in a rustic way, and best of all they sold great western food, oh, and had two roof gardens. We bagged an on-suite room for £15, which seems to be the norm price in China.
Later that night we went to a posh restaurant by the lake. It seems even posh places can be a bit funny on the old food hygiene front as Leyla got food poisoning. For the next 2 days she was curled up in bed so I plodded round the City and the lake. I'm not sure there is very ...
... memorial from the same conflict, and on to the Flower & Birds Market near the old Muslim Quarter. We had a great time here looking at all sorts of old Chinese things you don't often see, and plenty of cage birds and aquarium fish. At one side of the market there is a street of old buildings that are about to be demolished, giving you an idea of what the area looked like during the forties, ...
... of the others go out to an optional extra show.
Highlight of dinner according to the guides was a local speciality called Over the Bridge Noodles which had a story attached.
It was like a big bowl of watery rather oily chicken stock with spaghetti-like noodles, leeks, spring onion and assorted pieces of thin meat. That maybe doesn’t sound appetising, but it really was pleasant enough. A small bowl would have been ...