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... travel) before then. The next two weeks were to be spent enjoying some of the clearest skies and freshest air that China has to offer, as we toured some of the hot spots of Yunnan province. Kunming was our first port of call, requiring a very reasonable six hour train journey from Hekou North train station. Our initial efforts to arrive at Hekou North in time to catch the 0940am train proved only slightly too ambitious, given the border crossing ...
... each row had two levels of beds. To walk through the isles you had to walk sideways. They make you take your shoes off as you enter the bus and put them in a plastic bed. It was pretty clean. John and I had upper bunks. Lying down, I could just squeeze my shoulders between the rails, John wasn’t even close. To make room for beds on the bus, the beds do not lay flat. The torso and head rest section of the bed is raised at about 35 degrees so that the feet of ...
... pm, Qiong gave up and we hopped on a long distance bus to Dali (¥42) - ending the time-wasting hitch-hiking that thrilled Qiong so much but irked me. We reached the ancient city after 5 pm and checked into Friends Guesthouse Youth Hostel (三友国际༡ 8;年旅舍) right outside the South Gate (南门). Qiong and I had been to this city before and we decided to see it again at our own time and paces. For the first ...
... VIsa". The sign said V3. I'm confused as ever, not to mentioned scared as hell. I peak my head in to this room but it's pitch black. surely I cant get a Vietnam visa in here. He turns on the lights and I walk in, he follows me in and just looks at me. The lighting is very soft and there is weird vinyl furniture. I look at him and smile the smile that says."heh heh, excuse me sir but what is happening"? I kinda feel like Chunk when the Frateli's had him down in the basement of ...
... Meeting locals and talking to real people beats sight-seeing any day! She knew I had to go to the airport so she, along with her friend took me on the buses to get to the airport and walked me all the way to the gate!
Talk about Yunnan hospitality!
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