YunNan Jin Feng Hotel

Address: No.48 East Renmin Road, Panlong District, Kunming, Yunnan, 650051, China | Motel
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This motel, located in the Wuhua District area of Kunming, is near Stone Forest, Western Hills (Xi Shan), Kunmíng City Museum, and Zhèng Hé Gongyuán Park.
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Travel Blogs from Kunming


A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Aug 24, 2015

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... and is very fragrant. We bought some from the supermarket that smells a bit horsedunglike, but this was much nicer and we drank about a gallon of it.

In return we fixed Doris' computer for her which she was having problems with. I'm not sure how we did it as my troubleshooting doesn't extend much beyond the turn it off and on again variety, and Paul is as bad. Anyhow, we fixed it.

In the afternoon Doris took us to visit her friend Jenny ...

Day 2: Meeting the children

A travel blog entry by suannelee on Sep 14, 2013

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... families - a widow with 2 young daughters (one with special needs), a single mother with a teenage son, and an "underground" church worker and wife, who were ministering to migrant workers & families as well. It was a tremendous experience, with many stories to share. Meng Hoi: "So far, the trip has, in all aspects been more fruitful than I have ...

The Myth of Chinese Food

A travel blog entry by xiaobee on Mar 13, 2013

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... of which are seafood) is mildly seasoned, and dipped in a combination of soy sauce, garlic, and chili pepper. In Guangxi and Hunan, people tend to eat quite a bit of river fish, ranging from mild to spicy. In Yunnan, most food is spicy, and fried rice noodles is one of the most popular fast-food dishes. However, my above descriptions just scratched the surface. In Guangdong, you can get Hakka, Guangzhou, Shunde food. In Yunnan, each of the 26 ethnic groups cooks in a very different ...

Shoes and shrines: looking southward from Kunming

A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jun 29, 2012

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... the nearby Daguan Park consisted of a web of narrow causeways between several large lakes crammed with huge lilies, and gave us rest after our banking ordeal. The long, fleshy stalks sprouted flat disks of green leaf and bloomed wide flowers with pointed electric pink petals. We ambled through the park, still trying to fully wake ourselves, and stopping from time to time to admire the seas of green. Grandparents carefully led toddlers along the lakeshore by their hand, while ...

Onwards to Kunming

A travel blog entry by littleboylost51 on Jul 23, 2011

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... clearly been an attraction since ancient times as there are inscriptions inside dating from the Tang dynasty (792 AD). The name comes from the fact that certain reeds that grew outside the caves were in fact used to make flutes. Of course today at the entrance to the caves there are stalls and gift shops selling pictures and postcards and books etc. And of course - flutes!

This was a very enjoyable visit through numerous illuminated caverns. ...