Fairyland Hotel Express(Chuanjin Road)
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... Next time we cross the Vietnamese/Chinese border and have to make the early train, we will know better! The train to Kunming gave me my first opportunity to try out my mandarin speaking skills (as well as my mandarin listening skills, I guess), as we encountered a number of fellow passengers who had a keen interest in Harry. These kinds of conversations proved to be the bread and butter of language learning, involving those key basics - ages, gender ...
We got back into Kunming and went to the hostel we had stayed at the first night. It was a good one. We put our stuff down and relaxed. It rained a lot in the middle of the day, so we stayed inside and played pool and what not. Eventually we went out for a some dinner. We talked at dinner about what we should do that night and somehow we decided to do this; buy a cheap Yen Tong and the corresponding Tabaco, get a few beers and sit out in the main square ...
... out of bed and checked out of the hostel at 11 am. Sigh, I could only do what I wanted when I was by myself - having a travel companion was a nice thing but it came at the expense of some private times, especially when the travel-relationship lasted too long. It had been almost a month since I knew Qiong - unbelievable! We made a slow and complete sweep of the ancient city for the last time and ending the walk around 4 pm. We bought what we wanted and visited the places - in ...
... motions for me to follow him again. This time, we get back in the elevator and when we reach the first floor, he walks me all the way to the correct elevator and motions for me to go up. I go up, and there it is. A big sign that says, Office of the Vietnam Consulate...wheewww! I set out to get my Vietnam visa that day and nearly ended up with a Chinese prostitute, it's not every day I get to say that. :)
On to Lijiang to get closer to the trail head for Tiger Leaping Gorge..
... bottle, and there were three options: Warm water, Warm water, and Hot water, clearly labeled on three vertical buttons. Wasn’t Cold, or even Cool water an option? An airport employee hovered helpfully at my elbow and pointed to the hot water button. "Zhe shi kai shui," he said, “This is the hot water.” “Bu yao kai shui,” I replied without thinking, “I don’t want hot water.” And as my ...